The green man

Fowler, David
December 2001
Engineer (00137758);12/7/2001, Vol. 290 Issue 7581, p14
Features Tom Delay, chief executive of Carbon Trust, a company established by the British government to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 60 percent by the year 2050. Challenges faced by the agency according to Delay; Initial expectations on the agency; Confidence of Delay that gas emission will be reduces. INSET: The company entrusted to ecologically go where no ....


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