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Further green invest might result in diminishing returns

Further green invest might result in diminishing returns: Treasury has apparently warned over diminishing returns that green spending could have. The Observer announced that a leaked document that followed a presentation to essential groups outside the government stated the investment needed to help the UK attain its net zero target is ‘uncertain’ & the advantages…
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A £5.8bn investment has been put into green initatives so far

A £5.8bn investment has been put into green initatives so far: Since the Prime Minister’s Ten Point Plan was announced in November, more than £5.8 billion has been invested in green projects. This is according to recent statistics from the Department for International Trade, which also indicated the creation of 56,000 new employment in the…
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‘Relying on large-scale nuclear for base supply is risky’

‘Relying on large-scale nuclear for base supply is risky’:  Depending on large-scale nuclear for base supply is a bit risky. That is the suggestion of Marie Claire Brisbois, Lecturer in Energy Policy at the University of Sussex Business School, who spoke about the obstacles that await the Prime Minister’s new goal to source all of…
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Bold Commitments on Coal cars cash and trees

Bold Commitments on Coal, cars, cash and trees: In the run-up to COP26, the Prime Minister has urged world leaders to make significant promises on coal, vehicles, money, and trees. These promises, according to Boris Johnson, are required to keep global warming to 1.5°C and put the world on a path to net zero emissions.…
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PM at UN General Assembly: “Humanity must grow up”

PM at UN General Assembly: “Humanity must grow up”: Prime Minister Boris Johnson said to leaders that it is time for humanity to grow up in order to stop climate change & its impacts. Addressing the UN General Assembly in New York Boris Johnson stated: “Daily, weekly, we are doing such irreversible damage that long…
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To become greener and cleaner government invest £220m

To become greener and cleaner government invest £220m: The government stated today that it will provide £220 million to assist high-emitting industrial sectors in reducing their use of fossil fuels. The new financing is intended to promote renewable energy initiatives that will assist businesses in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland in decarbonizing their operations and…
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Nicola Sturgeon insists PM to reconsider oil & gas permits

Nicola Sturgeon insists PM to reconsider oil & gas permits: First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon has put pressure on the Prime Minister to re-examine oil & gas licencing strategies. Inside a letter sent to Boris Johnson, Nicola Sturgeon stated: “I am asking that the UK Government agrees to reassess licences already issued but where…
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PM: We will be very bold at the COP26

PM: We will be very bold at the COP26: The Prime Minister has put out a social media video to re-establish his goals for COP26 after the start of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Boris Johnson stated: “We are going to be extremely bold at the COP26 summit & call for the world…
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PM condemned over remarks about coal mine closures

PM condemned over remarks about coal mine closures: On Boris Johnson‘s recent trip to Scotland his statement that Margaret Thatcher helped the environment by closing coal mines provoked criticism. Touring an offshore wind farm located in the Moray Firth as part of his 2-day visit to Scotland, the Prime Minister commented that the closures offered…
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PM installs first solar panel at first utility scale energy park.

PM installs first solar panel at first utility scale energy park. Merely a few hours prior to the official start of the G7 taking place in Cornwall, Britain’s prime minister, Boris Johnson visited the UK’s first utility-scale energy park to assist the instillation of the very first solar panel. ScottishPower Renewables are currently developing the…
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