Monthly Archives: "August, 2017"

Gove Promises Gold Standard Policies In ‘Green’ Brexit
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Environment Secretary Michael Gove has asserted that the UK is presented with a once in a lifetime opportunity to become global leaders on environmental management as part of a vow to deliver a ‘green’ Brexit. In one of his first major speeches as Environment Secretary, Gove has pledged to reform the common agricultural policy (CAP) to a system built on rigorous scientific analysis. Gove believes that leaving the EU gives the UK the opportunity to reform how it manages climate...

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Is It Time To Stop Exemption for Energy Intensive Industry Renewable Costs?
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The Government has made a move toward giving exemptions from some of the costs associated with renewable energy policies to Britain's most energy-intensive industries. The move has ignited a debate over whether such a move is needed for the growth of green business. The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has confirmed that it intended to push ahead with plans to make businesses operating in areas such as heavy manufacturing and mining exempt from paying the Renewables...

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