‘Net zero will more than double Australian energy bills’

A new report claims closing coal-fired power stations isn’t the way to go

‘Three quarters of governments don’t disclose details of net zero pledges’

A new report calls into question the validity of corporate and governmental net zero targets

Mayors urge government for net zero backing

They are calling this government’s ‘golden opportunity’ for a greener future

IEA: ‘COVID and Russian war halt energy access progress’

Globally, 733m people are without access to electricity

The Carbon Column – Rome wasn’t built in a day…

In this post I discuss embodied carbon in the built environment. Were Roman building methods more sustainable than today?

China to use finances to accelerate carbon-neutral aim

It is looking to develop a financial framework to boost net zero

Net zero behaviour change. Who is responsible?

In this post I reflect on a conversation around making sustainable choices. Is it the consumers responsibility for achieving net zero?

Building emissions must drop for net zero, say MPs

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

Chancellor: ‘In a perfect, theoretical world’ rich homeowners wouldn’t get energy bill discounts

Rishi Sunak explains why those that own multiple homes are receiving the same discount as poorer households and why he decided to implement the windfall tax

‘Lower corporation tax will help UK hit net zero by 2050’

Policy needs to ensure that businesses make the change and net zero is not allowed to be dismissed, the IoD warns