Net Zero Now
All the latest from BusinessGreen's Net Zero Now campaign
Launched in June 2018, the Net Zero Now campaign is making the case for the net zero emission targets and strategies that will define the global effort to tackle escalating climate risks.
Leading Blue Chips urge Scottish Parliament to deliver 2050 zero emissions goal and seize low carbon business opportunities
Claire Perry to announce up to £170m of funding to support creation of a net zero cluster capable of decarbonising heavy industry
Raft of development banks and international agencies pledge to make their operations 'climate neutral'
Shipping industry giant sets ground-breaking emissions pledge in a first for maritime sector
'Clean energy vision' will see supplier deliver 100 per cent carbon neutral electricity to homes across the US by 2050
Medical groups write to Prime Minister in support of net zero emissions target, as CBI declares governments and businesses must 'raise their ambitions towards a net zero target'
EU Commission adopts draft long-term strategy to deliver net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050
Group of corporates write to Prime Minister calling for UK to set legally binding climate targets in line with latest science
Pilot plant expected to capture a tonne of CO2 a day from biomass operations
New study from WWF suggests net zero emissions by 2045 is possible for the UK - provided changes in industry, energy and lifestyle roll out nationwide
Member states and businesses pile pressure on EU to raise ambition on climate change and clean energy
Energy Transitions Commission's latest research sets out a blueprint for decarbonising plastics, cement, shipping, aviation, and steel by 2060, but is its optimism justifiable
It is technically and financially possible to decarbonise heavy industry and transport around the world by 2060, Energy Transitions Commission concludes
James Murray investigates the growing interest in Net Zero emission strategies and why the fledgling movement holds the future of the global economy in its hands
Sam Fankhauser of the LSE Grantham Research Institute believes net zero will require global political will, private sector ingenuity and a huge surge of investment
Lord Deben says council action to tackle climate risks 'gives me real hope'
Spain will aim to run on 100 per cent renewable electricity by 2050
Campaign group says it is 'relieved' the government is leaving the door open to strengthening fourth and fifth carbon budgets
EU-backed Mission Innovation consortia launches new programme to identify 100 large scale investment opportunities that are compatible with a 1.5C goal
Letter from campaign group Plan B seeks clarification on rationale behind the government's decision to keep medium term carbon targets 'out of the scope' of CCC's net zero target review
EU Parliament calls on Member States to step up ambition on climate change ahead of upcoming UN COP24 summit in Poland
Labour's Alan Whitehead says it remains unclear why the new review of the UK's long term climate goals should exclude existing carbon budgets
UK Green Building Council launches Advancing Net Zero programme to eliminate emissions from buildings, as BNP Paribas and E.ON debut green mortgage offer
As Green Great Britain Week launches the governments will today formally ask climate watchdog to assess whether UK should set a date for achieving net zero emissions
New survey reveals 85 per cent of Brits think making the UK 'carbon neutral' should be a policy priority, so why do politicians remain wary of deep decarbonisation policies?
Scottish government says it will seek updated advice from Committee on Climate Change on meeting 1.5C target, as Westminster government prepares to launch its own net zero review
'The next few years are probably the most important in our history'
'One of the defining moments in the course of human affairs' - business leaders step up calls for bolder climate action in wake of stark warnings from the IPCC
CEO of the Committee on Climate Change ponders 1.5C targets, Whitehall governance, and how capitalism can operate in a zero carbon future
Environment Secretary backs net zero plans and insists Britain will retain high standards on environment after leaving the EU - but Conservatives remain divided over best Brexit approach