Chancellor Jeremy Hunt put major tax cuts, green manufacturing support, and grid planning reform at centrepiece of his new economic strategy - but will it be enough to revive the UK's sluggish economy?
BusinessGreen rounds up all the reaction from green campaigners, low-carbon businesses, and climate policy experts to the tax and spending changes announced by the Chancellor
Tax breaks for capital investment welcomed by businesses, but campaigners accuse Chancellor of 'tinkering at the edges' and failing to match US and EU green industrial strategies
Tax break expected to form centrepiece of Autumn Statement plans to business investment, alongside £320m in backing for 'high-growth' science and tech firms via new investment vehicles
E3G research suggests majority of both UK manufacturers and the wider public would support the introduction of a carbon boarder adjustment mechanism
Electrified vehicles accounted for 37.6 per cent of all new car registrations in October, but concerns remain that growth in battery electric market is slowing
Environmental factors account for a fifth of hidden agrifood costs but are likely underestimated due to data limitations, UN report warns
New Economic Foundation calls for lower interest rates for green investments in order to save households and businesses billions of pounds a year while supporting the net zero transition