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
Fast-expanding energy company announces new science-based emissions targets and launches new customer clean tech service
Global technology giant unveils plan to invest more than €1bn in energy efficiency measures, as it promises to step up green energy sourcing and offset programmes
Professor Tim Jackson sets out the case for pulling forward the UK's net zero emission goal
BEIS Committee Chair Rachel Reeves writes to new Business Secretary urging her to urgently set out new policies for EVs, carbon capture, and energy efficiency
In his inaugural speech to Parliament new Prime Minister reaffirms commitment to new UK zero emissions target
Boris Johnson's new Cabinet is greener than it looks, but does it matter?
Boris Johnson has said he supports the UK's net zero goal, but his past statements on climate action are characteristically inconsistent - will the Prime Minister finally offer unequivocal support for the green economy?
As UN Secretary General calls on governments to deliver carbon neutral plans, 27 of the world's largest companies will today announce net zero emissions goals
The government must meet these milestones if net zero is to become a reality, argues Danial Sturge from the Energy Systems Catapult
Overseas aid, local planning, and energy regulator Ofgem are just three of the areas where experts fear much needed net zero mandates are urgently required
Current rate of decarbonisation far too slow to hit 2050 net zero emissions target, Corbyn tells May in heated PMQs exchange
Former German Defence Minister becomes first female European Commission President. securing narrow parliamentary approval after promising increased climate action
In what could be his last speech as Environment Secretary, Gove will warn there is a political, economic, and moral imperative to tackle the environmental crisis
Carbon targets, border taxes, and a climate bank: Von der Leyen promises overhaul of EU net zero efforts
Ahead of key vote, European Commission nominee presents ambitious decarbonisation plans as she seeks to secure backing from MEPs
AECOM's Robert Spencer argues forward-looking companies should spread the word about climate change and its solutions to staff and customers
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