Environmental Audit Committee warns current sluggish rate of voucher issuance under the Green Homes Grant scheme means it would take another 10 years to meet the 600,000 home target set by the government
Major report makes the case for new carbon tax on imported goods and goods, as the Environment Secretary reveals the UK's climate targets could eventually cover carbon embodied in imported goods
Survey by Parliament's Environmental Audit Committee reveals 'poor experience' among many applicants for the schemes' vouchers
Environmental Audit Commitee argues electronic and retail giants need to join their brick and mortar rivals in contributing more to a circular economy, but the tech powerhouses insist they are leading efforts to tackle global e-waste mountain
Select Committee Chairs join wave of calls for a green recovery in letter to Chancellor that warns economic stimulus channeled towards carbon-intensive infrastructure projects would be a 'historic mistake'
Decisions made during this Parliament on infrastructure and investment will be critical in delivering a net zero economy, argues EAC chair Philip Dunne MP
New analysis from Carbon Tracker warns UK government financing for upstream oil and gas projects in Brazil and Ghana is 'failing the Paris test'
Move follows criticism from MPs over levels of support UK Export Finance has given to fossil fuel projects in low and middle income countries in recent years