GWPF Welcomes Britain’s New International Climate Policy Approach

  • Date: 24/07/15
  • Global Warming Policy Forum

London 24 July: The Global Warming Policy Forum has welcomed the statement by the Secretary of State Amber Rudd that Britain’s new international climate policy will “travel in step with what is happening in the rest of the world” so that energy bills remain affordable for households, business remains competitive, and the economy remains secure.

“Britain’s legally binding CO2 cuts make no political or economic sense in the absence of the world’s major economies adopting equally binding caps on their CO2 emissions. In the event that the Paris UN climate agreement fails to make its global CO2 pledges legally binding, both the EU and the UK should abandon CO2 unilateralism,” said Dr Benny Peiser, the GWPF’s director.

 



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