The green economy has come of age: now let's give it the statistics it deserves

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Green Alliance's Julian Morgan argues that government statisticians are failing to deliver the in-depth data ministers and green investors need

Visit the ONS website and you will find many interesting statistics, but perhaps not the ones that you are looking for. Last week I stumbled across a very salient example. Under the heading "manufacture...

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