The British Chambers of Commerce has published its Green Innovation Challenge report, outlining a series of proposals for policymakers to aid the UK’s transition to net zero.
Leader of the Opposition Kier Starmer has called on the oil industry to step up clean energy, and subsidise new jobs in the renewables sector.
An INCPEN survey reveals that over 80% of the public have expressed support for the government’s ‘consistent recycling’ packaging policies.
In a speech at the Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA), the energy secretary Claire Coutinho laid our her support for the technology, and said the UK had made progress.
Following a consultation process, the government’s Transition Plan Taskforce (TPT) has launched its framework of net zero recommendations.
Nineteen robotic farming projects will receive funding as part of a £12.5 million government fund to boost productivity, food security and sustainable farming practices.
The CCC (Climate Change Committee) last week set out a list of five proposals to improve business action on climate and help reach net zero.