Publication of carbon budgets delayed
Last minute amendments to the Climate Action and Low Carbon Development Bill have delayed Climate Change Advisory Council’s work
The publication of carbon budgets by the Climate Change Advisory Council will be delayed due to last minute amendments added to the Climate Action and Low Carbon Development Bill, which was signed into law on Friday.
The Business Post understands that the Climate Change Advisory Council (CCAC) was due to publish its three five-year carbon budget recommendations immediately after the Climate Action Bill became law, but last-minute amendments to the bill to include reference to...
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