Prime Minister announces UK will cut off all taxpayer support for new overseas oil, gas, and coal projects ahead of COP26, in move that has been applauded by campaigners, economists, and opposition parties
Government export finance agency's ongoing support of oil and gas projects overseas is harming the environment, tarnishing the UK’s reputation as a climate leader, and limiting its potential to create jobs, according to a new analysis published today...
Direct loan from UK Export Finance aimed at supporting Aqua Africa project that will provide clean drinking water to rural communities in Ghana
One Nation Conservatives group of more than 100 MPs call for 2030 fossil fuel car ban, carbon tax and tree planting funding
Reports suggest Boris Johnson keen to end UK loan guarantees for oil and gas projects overseas amid reputational concerns for the UK ahead of COP26
'Supporting stranding': UK Export Finance accused of funding oil projects in defiance of Paris Agreement goals
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
Major new report urges policy-makers to embrace demand- and supply-side incentives to drive EV innovation and manufacturing in the UK, or risk trade frictions driving economic and environmental opportunities overseas