Greening of Whitehall fails to convince

Scepticism about the Government's claim to have achieved the "greening of Whitehall" has been fuelled by the inability of every Department to answer a parliamentary question about its purchases of ozone-depleting chemicals, and by their confusion about the Government's policy on the issue. Meanwhile, two ministerial committees on the environment and energy efficiency have been disbanded, to be replaced by arrangements which are at least as opaque to public scrutiny.

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