Government to phase out coal and wet wood for domestic burning

The move, which will phase out all sale of these fuels by 2023, aims to encourage the use of cleaner and healthier sources of heating in the home

Lord Deben: ‘We are going to do this but it’s not going to be easy’

The former Environment Minister, who has been in position at the head of the CCC for more than a decade, spoke to future Net Zero Founder Sumit Bose earlier this month – listen to the podcast to hear more…

Wave of climate litigation ‘now sweeping the world’

That’s the suggestion from Tessa Khan, Co-director of the Climate Litigation Network, who spoke to future Net Zero at the organisation’s ‘Countdown to COP’ event in London earlier this month

Hydrogen projects among winners of £90m funding to cut emissions

Hydrogen is a low or zero emission alternative to fossil fuels, which could be used to power industry and transport but is currently difficult and expensive to produce in bulk

The UK is ‘seriously off-track’ to reaching net zero by 2050

Dustin Benton, Policy Director at Green Alliance, said the country is around 20% above where it needs to be by 2030 in emissions terms

Sadiq Khan sets up £50m fund for London to go green

The money is intended to help tackle the climate emergency, reduce dangerous levels of air pollution and implement a number of other sustainable measures