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Government climate policies under scrutiny by watchdog chief

The head of the Climate Change Committee (CCC), Chris Stark, has criticised Prime Minister Rishi Sunak for hindering the UK’s progress on climate change, warning of potential lagging behind other countries.

In an interview with the BBC, Mr Stark expressed disappointment that the prime minister hadn’t prioritised the issue as much as his predecessors.

The Prime Minister’s decision to postpone a ban on new petrol and diesel cars and weaken targets on phasing out gas boilers in the autumn represented a significant departure from previous green policies.

During the interview, Mr Stark voiced concerns, stating, “I think it’s set us back,” highlighting the UK’s previous leadership in climate action.

The chief of the CCC acknowledged successes in decarbonising electricity generation but emphasised the need for more action in areas like heating homes, industrial emissions, farming and transportation systems to achieve net zero emissions.

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