Coronavirus Response: Building on the certainty of risk to secure a low carbon future

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The scale of state intervention to help economies recover provides a once in a lifetime opportunity to stimulate low carbon industries, argues Julie Hirigoyen of the UK Green Building Council

Much has been written in recent weeks about the relationship between the Covid-19 pandemic and climate change. Commentators have highlighted that both are nature-based crises, exacerbated by human behaviour,...

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