Total carbon dioxide emissions from passenger cars fall by only 1% in last decade

The NAO links this worrying lack of progress to increased car use and road traffic, as well as greater adoption of large SUV vehicles

LaSalle achieves ‘Outstanding’ BREEAM rating with 60 London Wall building

The real estate investment firm acquired the 10-storey office development in the City of London on behalf of The California State Teachers’ Retirement System

Podcast: The importance of building strong EV charging infrastructure and how the Public Sector is key

Adam Chilab, EV Product and Propositions Manager at British Gas Business, spoke to future Net Zero about the vital role EVs and associated infrastructure play in the public sector

‘High-tech tree planting is the key to counteracting corporate emissions’

Land Life Company’s Rebekah Braswell says large-scale reforestation, combined with the smart use of data, can prove an essential tool in businesses’ CSR strategies

British Gas makes largest UK commercial EV order with Vauxhall and commits to accelerating the electrification of its fleet

British Gas has the third-largest commercial fleet in the country and is committed to making combustion engines a last resort option, ahead of plans to fully electrify by 2025

Podcast: ‘Flexibility and low carbon energy are intrinsically linked’

That’s the suggestion from Ben Wallace, Head of Development for Urban Reserve at AMP Clean Energy, who spoke to future Net Zero about how flexibility can help deliver net zero

‘Technology and business model innovation will be vital in the transition to net-zero’

Rubina Singh, Ideation Delivery Lead at British Gas, said diversity is also an essential part of the net zero process

Enviro and Michelin set out plans to build tyre-recycling plant in Chile

They say the facility will be able to recycle 30,000 tonnes of construction equipment tyres every year

Leeds and London to become ‘global centres of green finance’ with £10m of new investment

The government funding will help set up the UK Centre for Greening Finance and Investment, which is expected to enter operation in April 2021

New animal-free meat tech raises the steaks for low carbon dining

Aleph Farms and the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology have created what they claim is the world’s first ribeye steak made using 3D bioprinting technology