UK climate policy: For the long haul
Andrew Jordan and Brendan Moore explain why climate policy must strike the right balance between durability and flexibilityClimate change politics went into overdrive in 2019. Born out of a desire to limit warming to 1.5°C, and pushed hard by radical activist groups such as Extinction Rebellion, politicians raced to adopt
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