Will a new government department help the UK to tackle climate change?

Will a new government department help the UK to tackle climate change?
Gordon Brown has set up a new Department for Energy & Climate Change in an effort to show voters he's serious about the environment. Will it help the UK reduce its emissions?
Yes, it will help focus Government
No, it's only a name change

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