Surplus emissions ‘must not be used to help meet future carbon budgets’

The government must not use surplus emissions from the second carbon budget to help it meet the third, energy minister Claire Perry has been told by the government’s climate advisers

Coal-fired power station. Photograph: kodda/123RF
The surplus emissions from the second carbon budget were not a result of policy, according to the CCC

The government must not use surplus emissions from the second carbon budget to help it meet the third, energy minister Claire Perry has been told by the government’s climate advisers.

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