• Britain’s low-carbon transition – staying the course?

    Consistent policies and sustained political will are crucial to ensuring the UK stays on the low-carbon path it has set out on

  • Budgeting in uncertain times

    The UK’s binding carbon budgets led the world in 2008, but to meet the 2050 target they will need strong measures to keep their momentum

  • Trading down to a low-carbon future?

    The EU ETS regulates half of all carbon emissions but risks a fall from grace amid generous allowances and recession. ENDS looks ahead

  • 2012: the biggest year for energy in a generation

    Proposed electricity market reforms will determine whether the UK hits its renewables and carbon targets. Alex Marshall investigates

  • CRC: change is the only certainty

    The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme faces upheaval or oblivion. But would proposed alternatives do any better than a simplified version?

  • Carbon price floor stirs unease

    Business still sees the Treasury’s attempt to set a minimum price for carbon as a government revenue-raiser, Alex Marshall reports

  • UK takes the lead in reporting

    Mandatory carbon reporting was announced in June, giving the UK a world lead. But how will it work and will it enable benchmarking?


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