The next Carbon Plan must be anchored in smarter economic growth

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Susanne Baker of techUK argues the government's imminent new decarbonisation plan offers an opportunity for a renewed approach to a raft of emerging smart technologies

Amber Rudd's positioning following the vote to leave the EU has been a much welcome anchor of stability: the UK's ambition on climate change remains unwaivering regardless of the outcome of the referendum....

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