Rise in Scottish emissions in 2012
Economic growth pushed greenhouse-gas emissions from private companies and public sector organisation in Scotland up by 0.6% rise in 2012, according to the UK government's climate change advisor.In its fourth report on Scotland's progress towards its climate targets, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) praised the country for its good progress towards emission reduction in a number of areas
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