UK losing £4.3bn in green growth to European rivals, CBI warns
The UK has lost significant market share in green technology to European competitors over the last two years, which will be worth £4.3bn by 2030.That is according to the Confederation of British Industry’s (CBI) director general, Tony Danker, who warned this week that the UK is “falling behind rapidly” on green growth, and that other countries
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Dr Parag Khanna, founder of FutureMap, talks to Chris Seekings about how climate change, mass migration, globalisation and other powerful trends will force us to reimagine the world map
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