What next for the Carbon Reduction Commitment

What next for the Carbon Reduction Commitment
Do you agree with claims by business leaders that the Carbon Reduction Commitment is 'overly complex and burdensome'?
It should be made simpler and more efficient for businesses
It's effective in reducing carbon emissions
It's just another tax on big business

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Pictured: COP26 President Alok Sharma speaking to media as the summit concluded on 13 November. Image: UNFCCCThe UK's biggest business group, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), has issued a joint call to action pushing the UK Government to implement the final deal made at COP26 last month - the Glasgow Climate Pact.
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