How can we build a more sustainable UK after Covid-19?

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Rebuilding could create a fairer society that reduces the risk of environmental disasters that always hit the vulnerable hardest, writes Hubbub's Trewin Restorick

Rebuilding the economy after the 2008 financial crash resulted in global carbon emissions rising by six per cent year-on-year with precious little change to the institutions that caused the crash. As the...

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