Andrew Warren explores how the government looks like it is missing its own domestic energy efficiency targets, and asks if this policy 'neglect' will undermine recent energy-savings
In the 10 years from 2005, overall energy consumption in the UK fell by 16.2 per cent. Meanwhile, petrol consumption dropped by 13.1 per cent; electricity use went down by 15.2 per cent; and the amount...
A lack of funding and strategic support from central government is making it difficult for local authorities to support the drive for net zero emissions, imperiling the entire national mission, a new Green Alliance report argues
Water quality, air quality, nature protection, and the decarbonisation of the housing sector have all been damaged by deregulation and the erosion of enforcement capacity, according to a damning new report from Unchecked UK
National Audit Office calls for greater clarity for how responsibility and roles of net zero will be divided across government and different public bodies
A higher 2030 NDC target is to be welcomed, but it must be underpinned by plans to protect and restore nature, argues WWF's Gareth Redmond-King