Sir: How extraordinary that Ross Clark (‘Carbon fixation’, 20 May) can look at the cut-throat competition to capture the economic gains of the future and conclude that Britain’s problem is an excess of ambition.
The USA stands alone as the only G7 nation not to have a net-zero target in law, but is nonetheless spending billions to achieve it.
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