How do you rate the budget's green credentials?

How do you rate the budget's green credentials?
The UK budget promised a green investment bank and other measures to help the growth of environmental business. But was it any good or just empty gestures?
I'm happy with what it offers considering economic climate
I was disappointed - it could have gone further
Any support is welcome but it won't go far

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