MPs have announced an inquiry into how greenhouse gases can be absorbed and stored. Here’s what you need to know about capturing emissions from biomass combustion, filtering CO2 from the air and other rival ideas... Read more
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The Glasgow climate talks, which begin in just over a month, will seek new commitments to cut methane emissions, dump coal power and finalise rules on global emissions trading. Here’s what you need to know... Read more
The government is facing criticism after it emerged that under its landmark Net Zero Strategy published yesterday the UK has an approximately 50% chance of breaching legal carbon levels in 2035
Yesterday the government published a slew of reports, studies, and consultations alongside its landmark Net Zero Strategy. Here is what you need to know about them - and the ones which have been removed since yesterday
Figures in the Net Zero Strategy indicate that it would deliver only a 50% chance to meet the Sixth Carbon Budget
The government today published its long-awaited strategies outlining the measures it will take to push the country towards hitting net zero, accompanied by a review of how they will be funded
Live consultations: Energy NPSs, beavers, marine environment, local biodiversity, water abstraction charges and hydrogen
ENDS’ round-up of the latest major government consultations, including major changes to the infrastructure planning regime for energy infrastructure, nature recovery strategies, beaver reintroduction and part three of the marine strategy...
The key messages from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s landmark report on climate change, how policymakers have responded, and the implications for the crunch COP26 climate summit
Huge investment is going into hydrogen technologies to help meet net zero. But there are concerns that the nascent sector might be being over-hyped. Gareth Simkins reports
The Committee on Climate Change has criticised the government over its failure to prepare the country for the impacts of climate change, recommending it step up action on land and water management. Here’s what you need to know about the committee’s concerns and Whitehall’s response
The government wants to lead the world on climate action and attract younger voters, but competing forces within the party will not make the transition a simple one. Simon Pickstone reports
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