Emissions targeted

2nd April 2010 at 01:00

Schools must cut their carbon dioxide emissions by more than half by 2020, it has emerged. New targets announced by schools minister Diana Johnson will require schools to save cash and tackle climate change by cutting emissions by 53 per cent. Schools will be expected to ask pupils to cycle and walk to school, buy seasonal food and recycled goods and to make their school buildings more energy efficient.

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