Government should stop burning cash on biomass plants and waste incinerators

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Green Party's Molly Scott Cato is concerned about climate and air quality impacts from wood and waste combustion

Last year London mayor, Sadiq Khan called for a ban on wood-burning stoves in parts of the capital in a bid to tackle air pollution. The call was based on an assumption that between a quarter and a third...

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