Boris’ Ten Point Plan has attracted £5.8bn investment in green projects so far

Since its announcement by the Prime Minister last November, the plan has also led to 56,000 new jobs in clean industries

Xi Jinping absence from COP26 confirmed

The Prime Minister has reportedly been informed that the Chinese President will not be attending the climate summit taking place in just over two weeks’ time

Boris Johnson: “Build back beaver!”

In his keynote speech at the Conservative Party conference, the Prime Minister reiterated his government’s commitment to ‘level up’ unleashing the real potential of every part of the UK

‘UK must pay £33bn per year in climate finance to make up for its historic emissions’

That’s the claim from a new report that states 1.5% of the UK’s GNI should be committed to developing countries to account for its role in climate change

World is failing to meet Paris Agreement target – except The Gambia…

A new report reveals that all countries, including those that make up the G20 are nowhere near achieving the Paris aims apart from a small West African country

‘Net zero will leave the Middle East 75% poorer’

A new report argues that oil-producing countries must be helped in the clean energy transition or risk becoming heavily poverty-stricken and a barrier to global net zero ambitions

UKESC taskforce launched to accelerate low carbon economy

It will be co-chaired by Anne-Marie Trevelyan and aims to improve the technologies and skills needed to fuel a green economy

Breaking down the Energy White Paper

The white paper sets out the steps needed to cut emissions from industry, transport and buildings by 230 million metric tonnes

Spending Review announces billions of pounds of new net zero funding

The budget includes £3 billion to help the UK reach net zero and £11.1 billion for research and development and innovation projects

Kwasi Kwarteng responds to our net zero business survey

The Minister said: ‘Clean growth has to be a shared endeavour between government, devolved nations, local authorities, business, civil society and the British people’