Carbon plans demanded to bid for public contracts

Firms hoping to win major government contracts must detail their commitment to reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050 before bidding, under new procurement requirements set out by the Cabinet Office. The move has the potential to be a “real game changer”, according to one lawyer, but could catch out smaller firms.

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