A three year, £150 billion green economic recovery plan

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A hugely ambitious plan to green and strengthen Britain’s economy in one combined move: that’s what Ed Davey set out in an interview with the Green Alliance.

You can listen to the details on their podcast:

In episode four of our second series of ‘Insights’ podcasts, Shaun Spiers, executive director at Green Alliance is joined by Sir Ed Davey, leader of the Liberal Democrats.

They discuss Ed’s time as secretary of state for energy and climate change during the coalition years, his hopes for COP26 and Lib Dem ambitions for the environment.

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One response to “A three year, £150 billion green economic recovery plan”

  1. This coalmine in Cumbria,is it for steel making ?if so it is needed.Transporting it across the country should be cheaper than getting it from abroad. Transporting it will be the problem.Is it possible to transport by road ,rail and waterway to keep the pollution level low and cost low?Research should be done to find the most effective way of transporting it with least damage to the environment whilst creating jobs.

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