COP26 will now take place between 1 and 12 November 2021 in Glasgow.
Britain’s gas network are calling on the government to unlock over £900m investment in developing net zero infrastructure across the country.
Last year, Europe surpassed China in investment for electric vehicles and batteries, analysis found.
As research shows growth in UK’s land footprint, WWF and RSPB call for action amid fears that destruction of nature is raising risk of the next pandemic.
As policy makers and financial institutions around the world make dramatic and costly moves to address the current crisis, many are also taking aim at the crises of the future.
With the new dates for COP announced this week, we review our 2nd Digital Event COP26: A Decade to Deliver. As the world emerges from lockdown demanding both a climate and economic recovery, our expert panel dive deep into the debate.
Lockdowns around the world cause sharpest drop in carbon emissions since records began.
The UK climbs the ranks of EY’s latest RECAI index as analysts argue renewables are a ‘safer-haven’ for long-term investors.
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Opinion piece by Pushpam Kumar, Chief Environmental Economist at the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
Research from King’s College London has found that levels of the pollutant nitrogen dioxide (NO2) has reduced significantly during lockdown.
Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and Transport for London (TFL) have announced plans to transform parts of central London into “one of the largest car-free zones in any capital city in the world”.
Is it time to rethink our relationship with the planet?
UK households reduce takeaway food waste by £3.2 million a week during lockdown – but waste in restaurants rises.
French bank BNP Paribas has announced it has expanded its target to end the use of coal by its electricity-producing customers by the end of 2030 to all OECD countries.
As nations emerge from lockdown, Josef Aschbacher, Director of Earth Observation Programmes at the European Space Agency, discusses why government should link climate change measures to efforts aimed at jump starting post-COVID economies.
The COVID-19 pandemic represents the most serious global public health challenge for over 100 years. When the crisis passes, we will have a unique opportunity to build a new world as the pandemic has the potential to facilitate the transition from fossil fuels to renewables. Amid the difficult challenges we face, this is an area where we can be hopeful for the future.
National Grid ESO say Great Britain has gone a whole month without using coal power.
Deal strengthens Iberdrola’s presence in the French generation market, where it is developing the Saint-Brieuc offshore wind farm (496 MW).
Five years on from divesting from fossil fuels, the Rockefeller fund has released a new case detailing its success.