Canada invests $10m in McMaster University’s green automotive and aerospace hub

Called iHub, the facility will support development and testing to incorporate the latest technologies required for the production of next-generation electric and autonomous vehicles and energy efficient and intelligent aircrafts

UK fails to keep pace with increasing climate risks, CCC warns

The Climate Change Committee suggests climate risks will not disappear as the world moves to net zero

‘Tougher measures needed’ for the UK to reach net zero by 2050

A new report claims the next decade is vital in the journey to net zero and warns the UK is not on track

The G7 summit and the fight against climate change – is it causing ripples or waves?

Organisations, charities and environmental campaigners react to the outcome of the 47th G7 summit

Oxford’s air pollution ‘at lowest level in 25 years’

The city saw a 29% reduction in polluted air during 2020, according to the local authority’s official data

Boris Johnson flies to green G7 summit in private jet

The decision to take a 250-mile flight instead of more sustainable forms of transport has drawn widespread criticism on social media platforms

Festival Net Zero – we’re changing venue!

We’ll now be hosting the event at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry

Treasury appoints new independent group to clamp down on ‘greenwashing’

The Green Technical Advisory Group will oversee the government’s delivery of a Green Taxonomy, a framework setting the bar for investments that can be defined as environmentally sustainable

IEA: ‘We can’t reach net zero without investing in developing countries’

It claims that if the world is to reach net zero emissions by 2050, annual clean energy investment in developing economies must increase from $150bn to $1tn by 2030

Halogen bulbs to be banned from September

The government claims a shift to LEDs will cut emissions by 1.26m tonnes, the equivalent of removing more than 500,000 cars from the roads