Climate change needs action not words

Milne, Roger
November 2004
Utility Week;11/12/2004, Vol. 22 Issue 17, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on a call for action concerning climate changes in Great Britain as it assumes presidency of the European Union (EU), as of November 2004. Background on a report by the Lords EU committee on environment and agriculture regarding measures identified by Europe for addressing climate problems; Target set by the EU for renewable energy; Stance of the committee on rates of value added tax for energy efficient products.


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