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New UK net zero regulator needed to tackle greenwashing, says think-tank

The UK Houses of Parliament in London. The IPPR has suggested the government exclude erring companies from receiving contracts and green tax incentives  (Photo: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg)
The UK Houses of Parliament in London. The IPPR has suggested the government exclude erring companies from receiving contracts and green tax incentives (Photo: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg)

Despite transition pledges, companies are yet to set targets, according to the IPPR, which suggests blacklisting those that fail to publish their plans. A new Office for Climate and Environmental Targets is needed to tackle greenwashing, according to the Institute for Public Policy Research. The think-tank said a new regulator was...

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