A global campaign calling for a "a resilient, zero carbon recovery" from the COVID-19 pandemic has seen nearly 1,000 businesses commit to a 2050 net zero, with plans to encourage more to follow.
The government has set out the design of the new UK Emissions Trading System (ETS), set to replace the EU Emissions Trading System.
The government has delayed its decision on whether two offshore wind projects can proceed, pushing the deadline to 1 July.
Decarbonisation should be the focus of the COVID-19 recovery, a letter signed by over 200 business leaders has said.
The UN climate conference COP26 will now be held between 1 and 12 November 2021 in Glasgow, after being postponed due to COVID-19.
The UK government should invest at least £30 billion in a green recovery from COVID-19, according to thinktank IPPR’s Environmental Justice Commission.
The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) has proposed a new framework for resilience should be implemented across the nation’s economic infrastructure as it has a "duty to prepare."
The government should set a target of achieving a net zero power system by 2040, SSE has recommended as part of a five-point action plan.
Independant consultant Stephen Cirell discusses the levers the UK can use to ensure climate change is at the heart of the COVID-19 recovery.