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U.K. Urged by Adviser to Devise Strategy to Suck Carbon From Air

  • Committee on Climate Change calls for heating, vehicles plan
  • Brexit doesn’t affect U.K. greenhouse gas targets: committee

The U.K. should develop strategies for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in order to meet its obligations under the first internationally binding agreement to fight global warming, the government’s climate change adviser said.

Britain’s vote to leave the European Union doesn’t affect its climate targets, which are enshrined in national law, the Committee on Climate Change said on Thursday in a set of three reports laying out action the government should take.