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In Brief: UK softens green policies; US Republicans propose anti-ESG bills

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The UK appears to be softening its tone on green policies in the wake of a narrow by-election victory and two defeats last week. The British government is set to reform energy efficiency requirements for buildings, with one official disclosing that a deadline for compulsory efficiency standards in England and Wales will be delayed beyond its planned date of April 2025, according to the Financial Times.

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