Delay in clean growth plan ‘no longer justified or wise’

UK greenhouse gas emissions continued to reduce sharply in 2016, but delay in new government policies threatens to derail progress, say climate advisors

by Paul Hatchwell
Progress on greenhouse gas emissions reduction has been heavily dependent on accelerated closure of coal-fired power plants. Photograph: ArenaPhotoUK/123RF
Progress on greenhouse gas emissions reduction has been heavily dependent on accelerated closure of coal-fired power plants. Photograph: ArenaPhotoUK/123RF

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