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May 2012
ENDS (Environmental Data Services);May2012, Issue 448, p4
The article offers updates related to environmental policy in Great Britain. The rising renewable heat incentive (RHI) approvals continue to fall short of numbers needed to meet EU renewable energy targets for 2020. British firms, such as First Group, are among the top sustainability performers. A new study reveals the possibility of faster product carbon footprints.


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