MPs urge government to set clear end date for new oil and gas

The Environmental Audit Committee has said the UK needs a national ‘war effort’ mobilisation to transition away from fossil fuels

Parliament to discuss pros and cons of geothermal energy

The energy source is considered a useful tool to achieve net zero

MPs launch inquiry into role of geothermal tech towards UK’s net zero goal

The Environmental Audit Committee will examine any potential challenges and what support, if any, the government should offer to accelerate deployment of the technologies – and is seeking views on it

MPs launch inquiry into financial sector’s role in UK’s net zero transition

The Environmental Audit Committee believes financial institutions in the UK could play a potentially pivotal role in supporting reductions in fossil fuel extraction

Building emissions must drop for net zero, say MPs

Built environment currently accounts for a quarter of the UK’s emissions

EAC opens ‘green steel’ enquiry

It is encouraging written submissions to boost its investigation into decarbonising the steel industry

Net zero Britain: Views sought on role of negative emissions technologies

They are expected to play a key role in decarbonising energy intensive industries, such as agriculture and cement production, however uncertainties and concerns remain

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

Government announces end of Green Homes Grant

A further £300 million funding has been promised for green home upgrades

EAC calls on government to take urgent action on energy efficiency

The body said the government’s investments in efficiency are ‘woefully inadequate’