The CCC says the UK’s transition to a resilient, low-carbon economy is in danger of being derailed by a lack of government action on climate change.
Greener UK has published its first Brexit Risk Tracker, which will reflect the risks to environmental policy throughout the Brexit process.
Government plans for the new £18 billion Hickley Point nuclear power station are ‘not value for money’ and is a ‘risky’ project.
Theresa May has said of her ‘disappointment’ with his decision to withdraw the US form the 2015 Paris climate agreement.
Dong Energy’s wind turbines have begun generating electricity off the Liverpool coast.
The government has published its plan to improve air quality by reducing nitrogen dioxide levels in the UK, following delays and legal battles with environment groups.
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has lodged a fresh application with the High Court to postpone publication of its draft clean air plan until after the election.
The government has announced a new litter strategy which could see litterers hit with £150 fines as part of its plan to tackle rubbish in England.
The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has invited renewable energy developers to compete for £290 million worth of contracts to support the growth of clean energy in Britain.
A House of Lords report has claimed that successive governments have failed to encourage enough fresh power capacity in the UK
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has called on the government to do more to demonstrate the actual value for money of green energy schemes paid for by bill payers.
Reforms to the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) will be targeted at households struggling to pay their energy bills.
Scotland’s Future Energy Taskforce has urged the Scottish government to takes its opportunity to transform the country’s energy sector.
The UK government has reappointed consultancy firm Ricardo Energy & Environment as its National Atmospheric Emissions Inventory agency.
A new report from the National Audit Office has unveiled that around £100 million was spent on a competition for developing carbon capture technology before it was scrapped.
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