Professional body has promised to eliminate its head office and staff business travel emissions by mid-century without relying on carbon offsetting.
In its vision for the UK's transition to net zero, RenewableUK predicts that installed wind capacity will surge six-fold to more than 120GW by 2050.
'Sensible incentives' and 'plumbing reforms': Leading figures mull pathway from Covid-19 crisis to net zero economy
A new essay collection from Bright Blue argues that net zero will not require vast amounts of public spending, due to the momentum delivered to date on decarbonisation in the UK.
Net Zero: Carbon Trust launches cross-sector investigation into prospects for flexible energy system
The project's conclusions, expected for early next year, will draw from modelling, research and industry interviews and help inform net zero road maps of policymakers and energy players.
French company becomes latest oil major to bolster its emissions reductions strategy, with promise to hit net zero across its operations worldwide by 2050
The net zero transition is a race against time and regardless of the coronavirus crisis there is no time for delay
Microsoft has pledged to protect more than 11,000 acres of land by 2025, through a range of measures that include land acquisition, national park creation, and backing community- or Indigenous-led conservation efforts.
Decarbonisation plan focuses on reducing the city's energy consumption, ramping up renewables, electrifying public transport, reducing waste and sustainable travel and healthier living.
'Unintended consequences': Road to net-zero must harmonise different climate priorities, warns Nature Capital Committee
New report from independent advisory committee warns the government must approach net zero carbon target carefully, with joined-up policy interventions that do not inadvertently lead to higher emissions
Members of the commission, which was assembled by the Zero Carbon Campaign, have been drawn from political, scientific, academic and climate policy backgrounds
Accountants will play a key role in reshaping economic policy and market mechanisms for the net zero transition, sector bodies argue
Investment giant says combination of direct emissions savings and South African landfill gas projects have helped it secure 'carbon neutral' status
The NHS is responsible for around five per cent of the UK's greenhouse gas emissions, making decarbonising healthcare key if the UK is to meet its 2050 net zero target
The cities will share knowledge and best practice from case studies developed in the Circular London and Circular Glasgow projects which began in 2017
From net zero to post-Brexit green protections, newly-elected chair of the Environmental Audit Committee Philip Dunne MP sets outs his ambitions for the coming Parliament
The taskforce will begin by researching two reports on the net-zero transition that will be shared at COP26 in Glasgow in November
CEO insists climate crisis demands more ambitious targets, as he earmarks £1bn of investment to help the supermarket help hit net zero 10 years ahead of the government target
Inside the London Power Tunnels: How the UK energy sector is striving to recruit 400,000 people to power the net zero transition
Some 117,000 new recruits will be needed within the next decade if the UK is to decarbonise power and heat networks in time for 2050
Supermarket giant is to set Science-Based Target in line with 1.5C of warming, as CEO Mike Coupe pledges to 'put environmental impact at the forefront of every decision we make'
Nearly three-quarters of Brits underestimate the contribution of British homes to global warming, research conducted by Citizens Advice in partnership with the Energy Saving Trust has found
$1bn 'Ambition Zero Carbon' aims for zero carbon emissions across global operations by 2025, and ensure entire value chain is carbon negative by 2030
Green economy turnover swells 4.7 per cent to hit £46.7bn in 2018, but experts warn growth is off track for delivering on net zero goals
Deal marks the latest development as the UK's energy sector is reshaped by the net zero transition
Claims that a new coal mine in Cumbria will be needed to power the UK's steel industry do not stand up to scrutiny, Green Alliance report argues