Likely next Prime Minister talks up renewables and prepares to immediately embark on massive market intervention, despite recent attacks on ‘Gordon Brown economics’
Charity fears that recent rhetoric in leadership race means nature could be under direct threat from a watering down of environmental protections
Charity fears laws originally derived from the EU, including the Habitats Regulations, could be axed under Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak
In an open letter from the Building Research Establishment, Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak are urged to demonstrate how they would decarbonise the UK's buildings
Truss and Sunak are battling it out to demonstrate to Conservative viewers their distaste for onshore renewables - but will their contradictory stances on climate action ultimately prove their electoral and economic undoing?
Government debuts new online service designed to offer tailored, impartial advice on how to save energy, but launch comes amidst reports plans to boost efficiency funding have stalled
Fresh research from IPPR sets out how campaigners and businesses can best ring fence climate action from culture war divisions