A stronger economy over poorer air quality? by Andrew Goodfellow

A good number of countries are slowly but surely showing signs of recovery following the global economic downturn. However, strong scientific evidence and increasingly crazy weather events are sending strong signals that we all must pursue routes to economic stability whilst reducing emissions of greenhouse gases. It is essential that big business improves their performance and that the people who sit in government provide more incentives for this to happen.

I’d like to think that the UK is pretty ‘climate responsible’ and that our stance is one of the more robust on the international stage, but what about the US and its administration’s seemingly maverick approach? Maybe they have other things on their mind? And how will the 25 global players on this list below react? Will anything be done or will it be a case of just doing the bare minimum to comply?

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