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Image caption Can the government see its way to a greener future? A huge breakthrough in climate policy was signalled this week when China announced it will reduce its emissions to net zero by 2060. It's a potentially game-changing leap, following in the footsteps of the UK's existing 2050 net zero target. But promises are easy, actions are more challenging - and the UK has been steadily slipping from its climate targets. It's consistently promised tougher policies for the future, but for a few years, Britain's long-term climate strategy has lain buried in fog. We know the net zero carbon destination point, but we can't yet see how the government intends to get there. At last, in a contri... Full story

26 September