'Major efficiency drive': Government estate slashes emissions by over a third

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School building in Kent | Credit: iStock
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School building in Kent | Credit: iStock

Annual State of the Estate report reveals emissions from government buildings have fallen 35 per cent since 2017

The government today revealed that it has slashed emissions from its estate by 35 per cent since 2017, while exceeding a host of sustainability targets for public buildings that together have resulted...

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