Conference diary: Making the papers (and breaking the Climate Change Act)

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Pro-gas Environment Secretary, Owen Paterson, questions whether Climate Change Act targets can and should be met

Minutes after they read it on the cover of the Times this morning, a private round table brought together MPs, ministers, businesses and NGOs to discuss the role of green in the recovery. Two different...

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