31 May '17, 11pm

ClientEarth to drag UK government back to court over air quality plans

ClientEarth to drag UK government back to court over air quality plans

In response to the news Environment Minister Therese Coffey, said the Conservative party will work to improve air quality while ensuring families which were encouraged by the last Labour government to purchase diesel cars are not penalised. While in government Labour provided incentives for diesel cars in a bid to cut greenhouse gas emissions - it later emerged that while diesels emit less carbon dioxide they emit higher levels of other airborne pollutants.

Full article: https://www.businessgreen.com/bg/news/3011039/clientearth...

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