Climate minister Graham Stuart: Criticism of UK's climate agenda could slow UK's net zero drive

Cecilia Keating
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Climate minister Graham Stuart | Credit: Cecilia Keating
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Climate minister Graham Stuart | Credit: Cecilia Keating

New climate minister hits back at push back of UK’s oil and gas expansion plans, arguing burning gas is ‘green’ and boosting production is compatible with climate goals

The UK's climate change minister has called out the government's critics for creating "obfuscation and smoke" around the UK's climate credentials, arguing the recent pushback against plans to ramp up domestic...

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