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UK greenhouse gas emissions down 2.5 percent as renewables hit record
by Susanna Twidale
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28 March 2019
On 28 March 2019 Reuters reported:
Britain's greenhouse gas emissions fell 2.5 percent in 2018, dropping for a sixth straight year but more slowly than before, as record output of renewable power ate away at coal-fired generation, government data showed on Thursday (28 March). Britain's greenhouse gas emissions have now fallen 43.5 percent since 1990, putting it more than halfway toward meeting a legally binding target to cut them by 2050 to 80 percent below 1990 levels.
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