Existing carbon budgets will not be formally reviewed by climate change advisers but may be considered when assessing the best route to achieving net-zero emissions, the government has said
While the Autumn Budget may have been low on surprises for energy and the environment, it did provide more detail on the government’s no-deal plans and its plastic packaging strategy. ENDS spoke to industry observers about the most significant announcements. Here’s what you need to know
Chancellor Philip Hammond announced a new tax on plastics without recycled content and a £10 million fund for clearing up abandoned waste sites in a budget speech that paid little attention to climate change and the environment.
On its tenth anniversary, Isabella Kaminski looks back at the set of fortunate circumstances that brought the Climate Change Act 2008 into being and considers what lessons it can teach environmental policymakers today
The government has refused to accept the House of Commons’ Environmental Audit Committee’s recommendation that it should stop funding the construction of modular homes in response to a report on climate adaptation
Yorkshire Water has begun a trial of producing concrete using reused treated wastewater, which it says is a UK first
Policy addressing the CCC's wide-ranging climate change concerns will be published by the end of the year, government has promised
The window to limit world temperatures to under 1.5 °C and avoid the worst climate change impacts could close within the next 12 years, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has warned
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