CBI: ‘Businesses are responsible for reducing employees’ transport emissions’

The membership organisation emphasises that decarbonising the journeys of commuters is vital if the UK is to hit its net zero targets

Industry responds to PM’s new 78% emissions reduction target by 2035

Boris Johnson has just set the climate bar higher – but what does industry think?

Industry regulators ‘have clear responsibility’ to ensure the UK’s net zero goal can be delivered

That’s the suggestion offered in a new report from the CBI, which highlights the urgency of progress on economy-wide infrastructure delivery

‘Installation of new gas boilers should be banned from 2025 to help the UK meet its net zero goal’

The Confederation of British Industry and the University of Birmingham suggest the government should mandate that all new domestic boiler installations must be hybrid or hydrogen-ready

Expert team appointed to advise Citizens Assembly UK on climate change

They will advise the 110 people who will meet for the first time at the end of January to consider how the UK’s 2050 net zero goal can be reached

Ofgem hits back at accusation it is failing to prioritise climate emergency

The CBI sai it is concerned the regulator is relying on an ‘outdated policy mandate’ to regulate the industry and set price controls

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Energy efficiency report: Industry responds

MPs are calling on the government to revive its “failing” policy to help meet climate change targets and reduce energy bills while tackling fuel poverty

Theresa May sets legally binding net zero emissions target for 2050

Young people will have the chance to share future climate policy through the Youth Steering Group that has been set up

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Industry responds to Labour’s energy nationalisation plans

It announced plans to take National Grid into public ownership as well as replace the existing distribution network operators

Third runway at Heathrow Airport cleared for take-off

MPs voted in favour of the controversial expansion plans