Review into how net zero future will be funded

The government has launched its Net Zero Review to assess how meeting the UK’s climate commitments also supports growth and balances costs.

New ‘league table’ reveals UK’s EV charging availability

DfT has published a ‘league table’ of data illustrating the public electric car charging infrastructure available across the UK.

Labour laments government’s missed climate deadlines

The government has failed to bring urgent plans to tackle the climate emergency in time to meet the six month deadline set by Parliament.

Climate change set to sway next election

Climate change is set to influence the next election, with more than half Britons saying it will affect the way that they vote.

WMCA working with Google in fight against climate change

The West Midlands Combined Authority has teamed up with Google in the fight against climate change.

Bristol could be first city to completely ban diesel cars

Bristol City Council could soon become the first city in the UK to ban diesel vehicles, if recommendations are approved by the cabinet.

Thousands set to benefit from new pocket parks

Robert Jenrick has launched a new £1.35 million fund to provide thousands of people across the country with new pocket parks.

£1bn mobile coverage fund to banish rural not-spots

A £1 billion deal with the mobile phone industry will see the government tackle poor mobile phone coverage and banish rural not-spots.

Labour would create carbon-neutral energy system by 2030s

The Labour Party plans to create a carbon-neutral energy system by the 2030s, as part of its fast-track climate strategy.

Khan launches £25m ‘scrap for cash’ dirty vehicle scheme

Sadiq Khan has launched a ‘scrap for cash’ dirty vehicle scheme for low-income and disabled Londoners.

Local Industrial Strategy key to net zero goals

The government must better support ambitious local industrial strategies to help local areas play their part in moving to a zero-carbon economy.

Lib Dems make environment key election priority

Jo Swinson has signalled her intent to make the environment a key priority for the party’s pitch to voters in a general election.

Five times more air pollution on school run in London

Pupils travelling to primary schools across the capital are five times more exposed to air pollution than at any other time of the day.

Government considering introducing green number plates

The government has launched a consultation on introducing green number plates for zero emission cars.

London ULEZ cuts toxic air pollution by a third

There are now 13,500 fewer polluting cars being driven into central London every day since the ULEZ was introduced six months ago.

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