Parliament's scrutiny of government green policy has never been more important

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With G7 and COP26 fast approaching, Environmental Audit Committee chair Philip Dunne argues the government must adopt a solutions-driven approach to environmental policy

Over the course of the last Parliament the Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) held the government's feet to the fire on some of the most pressing, and topical, environmental issues of the day. The...

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