UK must consider embodied CO2
The energy department is risking the UK's climate change ambitions by failing to consider the greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions generated overseas in making imported products and services, according to the energy and climate change committeeIn a new report, MPs warn that by not including emissions related to the consumption of goods made outside the UK, DECC is portraying a false account of the country’s impact on GHG production globally
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