UK leads G20 on carbon reduction

A 7.7% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in 2016 and average annual reduction of almost 4% since 2000 has put the UK in the lead among the G20 nations, but deeper reductions will also need action outside energy

by Paul Hatchwell
The UK dominates the G20 in carbon intensity reduction, much of this due to closure of coal-fired plant (Photo: debstheleo/123RF)
The UK dominates the G20 in carbon intensity reduction, much of this due to closure of coal-fired plant (Photo: debstheleo/123RF)

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