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An ambitious strategy setting out how the UK is leading the world in cutting carbon emissions to combat climate change while driving economic growth, has been published today (12 October 2017) by Business and Energy Secretary Greg Clark.‘The Clean Growth Strategy: Leading the way to a low carbon future’ builds on the UK’s strong progress to date.

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The UK was the first country in the world to introduce a Climate Change Act that sets a legally binding long-term target and a series of five-year caps on greenhouse gas emissions up to 2050.

The government is focused on hitting the fifth carbon budget (2028 to 2032) with the package of measures outlined today.

Today’s policies will provide further opportunities right across the country for more jobs, higher earning power and increased productivity.

The low carbon economy could grow 11% per year between 20 – faster than the rest of the economy.

It also reveals that in 2016, the UK achieved a decarbonisation rate of 7.7% - almost three times the global average.

Jonathan Grant, Pw C sustainability director and Low Carbon Economy Index author, said: Analysis by Pw C shows that the UK leads the G20 on clean growth and is decoupling emissions from economic growth significantly faster than its peers.By taking decisive action to reduce carbon emissions at home we can take advantage of the growing global market for low carbon technology and expertise.This strategy is the opportunity to reboot the agenda on energy efficiency, clean vehicles and the efficient use of resources in the UK.The Clean Growth Strategy reinforces our clear commitment to reduce emissions across the UK and to end the sale of all new conventional petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2040.We are a world leader in ultra-low emission technology, spending £1 billion to support the uptake of these cleaner vehicles and the creation of one of the best charging networks in the world.The impact of the Paris agreement and the unstoppable global shift towards low carbon technologies gives the UK an unparalleled opportunity.

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