Climate policies ‘have not damaged’ UK’s competitiveness

LSE economists have concluded that the UK should adopt an ambitious fifth carbon budget up to 2032 given evidence it can boost competitiveness 

by Paul Hatchwell
Ambitious, well-designed climate policies should boost rather than hinder UK competitiveness by the 2030s, say LSE economists. Photograph: Evgeny Karandaev/123RF
Ambitious, well-designed climate policies should boost rather than hinder UK competitiveness by the 2030s, say LSE economists. Photograph: Evgeny Karandaev/123RF

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