The U.K.’s Committee on Climate Change says more needs to be done to get down to the government’s 2025 greenhouse-gas emissions target, but praises the efforts of the country’s automotive industry in tackling climate change. The committee’s progress report to Parliament shows total emissions increased 3% in 2010, mainly as a result of a colder winter. After adjusting for weather impacts, emissions largely were flat. “A significant acceleration in the pace of emissions reductions is ...

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