Ireland’s recovery from COVID-19 must take into account climate change, according to a new report detailing the progress made in emissions reductions of Irish businesses.
The government has confirmed changes to the Capacity Market which are designed to remove barriers for demand side response (DSR) and energy storage, making it easier for clean technologies to compete.
New research by Carbon Brief has shown that the UK’s CO2 emissions have fallen by 28% over the past decade.
UK Power Networks (UKPN) has reduced its CO2e emissions by 6.6% since 2016/17 and 20.5% against its baseline.
Yesterday’s budget has received a largely mixed response, with the government’s commitment to a provisional carbon price in the result of a no-deal Brexit unable to offset those miffed at a lack of concrete low carbon commitments. Here’s what the UK’s clean sectors have had to say.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has written to the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) seeking its advice on a possible new zero emissions target for the UK economy.
Every building in the world must attain ‘net zero carbon’ status by 2050 if the effects of global warming are to be limited to below 2 degrees Celsius, a new report has claimed.
Businesses across the world are being urged to embrace and accept third party sustainability standards in order to properly contribute towards Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) agreed at COP21.
Six more companies have been fined a combined total of £41,480 for failure to comply with the requirements of the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC), with -99p Stores and ALS Testing both hit with the biggest penalties.