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It’s no surprise the SNP’s climate change law has failed

18 April 2024

8:57 PM

18 April 2024

8:57 PM

When Nicola Sturgeon unveiled the SNP’s climate change pledge in 2019, the First Minister boasted that Scotland had the ‘most stretching targets in the world’. The problem was that they were too stretching: five years on, the flagship goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 75 per cent by 2030 has been binned.

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