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.
An invaluable and accessible guide to the current state of play for the net zero transition
High profile artists such as Radiohead, Tom Odell, Chrissie Hynde, and Suede have banded together with industry executives to declare a 'climate emergency'
BEIS Committee releases damning report on UK energy efficiency policy, as MPs make the case for better building standards and retrofit funding
Government says it will consider greenhouse gas and air pollution reduction target for shipping sector as it unveils new green routemap
It may have been overshadowed by another dramatic day in Westminster, but yesterday the government was effectively accused of a dereliction of duty in the face of the climate crisis
Reaching net zero greenhouse gas emissions by mid-century in the UK is 'possible' but will require radical changes to heating, transport, industry, and power sectors
CCC chair Lord Deben offers advice on the first things a new Prime Minister should do to plug the UK's widening emissions gap
UK failing to prepare for impacts of climate change while plans for cutting emissions remain lacking, Committee on Climate Change warns
As had been widely expected, the CCC has provided a damning assessment of the UK's decarbonisation progress - BusinessGreen rounds up the reaction
ZeroC campaign calls on Prime Minister to introduce a 'carbon charge' to help UK achieve net zero emissions
TUC sets out proposals to ensure workers affected by low carbon disruption are given adequate support and retraining
Big Six energy rivals join global electric vehicle drive alongside facilities services giant Mitie
Flurry of announcements steps up calls for government and businesses to deliver credible net zero policies
Reaching net zero emissions requires technologies we already know exist, so what's stopping the UK from scaling them?
Deliberative democracy - such as citizens' assemblies - can build political mandate for climate action, argues Green Alliance's Gwen Buck
A new scientific study lays out what must happen immediately for any hope of limiting global warming to 1.5C
Prime Ministerial candidates seek to rally support for their green agendas from influential group of Conservative MPs
New study sets out how an array of onsite generation and energy management technologies can drive the deep decarbonisation of homes and business
BusinessGreen speaks to Green Finance Institute CEO Rhian-Mari Thomas on body's launch day, as UK ramps up plan to become a global green finance leader
London Mayor Sadiq Khan launches attack on Boris Johnson's environmental record, as speculation over cabinet reshuffle intensifies
Royal Institute for British Architects commits to five-year sustainability action plan in bid to make zero carbon buildings standard practice
UK's largest business body will today call on government to step up efforts to deliver new nuclear, CCS, and EV infrastructure in support of net zero target
Carbon Trust's new Climate Leadership Framework aims to assess businesses' preparedness for the net zero transition
Inaugural annual report provides invaluable insight into the pace and reach of the UK's net zero transition
In an exclusive extract from BusinessGreen's new Towards Net Zero Report, we reflect on a dramatic 12 months for the green economy
Haut Conseil pour le Climat, France's independent climate advisory council, provides first ever assessment of country's decarbonisation progress
MPs approve amendment to Climate Change Act with unanimous cheer of 'aye'
As the UK waits to hear the outcome of its joint bid to host next years' COP26 climate summit, Centrica's head of environment James Rushen offers his view on the government's proposal to cut greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050
Motion to approve 2050 net zero target scheduled for Commons vote this afternoon, as campaigners call for government to match VAT policies with climate ambitions
Government must give local planning authorities more power and money to enable carbon neutral buildings and infrastructure systems if UK is to meet net zero target, industry group warns