Chancellor freezes carbon price until 2020
George Osborne has capped the price of carbon and pledged to cut manufacturers' energy costs by £7 billion in a Budget that "undermines" climate change policies, warns IEMAIn his 2014 Budget, the chancellor has announced that the carbon price floor (CPF) will remain at the 2016/17 price of £18 per tonne of CO2 until 2019/20 and that energy-intensive industries (EIIs) wi
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Science-based targets for nature launched
The Science Based Targets Network (SBTN) has this week launched what it describes as the "world's first" science-based targets for nature.
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