Government taken to court over ‘inadequate’ climate strategies

Friends of the Earth activists said the government’s ‘shocking’ commitments are not enough to deliver a low carbon future

Glasgow Climate Pack stirs reactions across the world

A compromise, a death-knell for coal power or a big failure to phase out fossil fuels – what leaders and industry think about the COP26 agreement?

‘Government must better equip councils to fight climate change’

A new survey has found that a third of councils support policies that increase emissions, despite 90% of these declaring a ‘climate emergency’

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?

Government announces landmark ban on funding of fossil fuel projects overseas

A new ‘North Sea Transition Deal’ will see policymakers and industry invest up to £16 billion in renewables, hydrogen and carbon capture usage and storage by 2030 to reduce carbon emissions

Fun packs educate children how to BEE environmentally conscious

The personalised packages include a variety of activities which aim to teach 5 to 11-year-olds about environmental issues such as the biodiversity crisis

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UK net zero carbon emissions target: Responses

Prime Minister Theresa May’s announcement follows recent advice from the Committee on Climate Change

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Friends of the Earth turns to Flour Power to save the planet

The environmental activism group has teamed up with a brewer and a beer producer to create a new climate-friendly beer made of waste bread

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Friends of the Earth takes Shell to court

The environmental group claims it wants to force the energy giant ‘to cease its destruction of the climate’

Court of Appeal rules INEOS anti-protest injunction ‘was unlawful’

A judge has ordered extensive changes to the injunction to protect civil liberties and free speech