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Analysis by @CarbonBrief: UK carbon emissions fell 9% in 2014, a record for a growing economy http://t.co/hp1ji5OExm http://t.co/vfXb1H1t6T
Analysis by @CarbonBrief: UK carbon emissions fell 9% in 2014, a record for a growing economy http://t.co/tbKpVRQoNo http://t.co/tfMDIujRQK
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UK carbon emissions fell 9% in 2014 as coal use fell 20% #CarbonBriefly http://t.co/RXTQqHWsiX http://t.co/bW6TXXjTLM
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