Government to ‘consider’ MPs’ F-gas recommendations

The government has agreed to consider a number of suggestions for cutting fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-gas) emissions proposed by the Commons’ Environmental Audit Committee (EAC)

Girl using an asthma inhaler
Most inhalers use F-gas HFA-134a, which is a powerful climate forcer

The government has agreed to consider a number of suggestions for cutting fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-gas) emissions proposed by the Commons’ Environmental Audit Committee (EAC).

Its response was published on Wednesday, following up the MPs’ report into the powerful climate forcers issued in April. It established that there was considerable scope to reduce emissions of the gases, which are used as propellants and refrigerants.

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