Signing of Paris Agreement should give Britain confidence to deliver new low carbon industrial strategy

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Baroness Worthington argues the Tata Steel crisis and the Paris Agreement should provide the UK with the trigger it needs to finally deliver an ambitious low carbon industrial strategy

The historic climate agreement reached in Paris last year was widely hailed as a major diplomatic breakthrough. For the first time, virtually all nations have agreed to take action together to try to reduce...

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