Skills shortages, asthma inhalers and the autumn declaration: BusinessGreen’s most read stories of the week

The government plans a £4.5 billion green production increase from 2025

Billions of pounds earmarked to support clean technology manufacturing industries including electric vehicles, batteries, renewables, carbon capture and hydrogen over the next Parliament

– by Michael Holder (@michaelholder)

‘Insufficient ambition and not enough action’: UN warns world on track for 3 degrees Celsius warming

The latest UN Emissions Gap Report warns that even if governments’ decarbonization targets are met, the world will still face warming of around 2.5 degrees Celsius this century .

– by James Murray (@James_BG)

Fall Statement: Hunt promises tax cuts and green growth

Tax breaks for capital investment are welcomed by businesses, but campaigners accuse the Chancellor of ‘tinkering around the edges’ and failing to align US and EU green industrial strategies

– by James Murray (@James_BG)

GSK welcomes a breakthrough in low-emission asthma inhalers

Asthma inhalers are responsible for almost half of the pharmaceutical giant’s carbon footprint, but a new formula promises to cut the technology’s emissions by 90 percent

– by James Murray (@James_BG)

‘Worrying picture’: LinkedIn data points to a growing shortage of green skills worldwide

Green recruitment continues to grow across multiple countries and sectors, but the skills required are struggling to keep up with demand

– by Michael Holder (@michaelholder)

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