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‘No major fossil fuel firm is aligned to limiting climate change to 2°C’

The Transition Pathway Initiative claims all fossil fuel giants are still wide’ of the 2°C mark, despite a raft of ‘attention-grabbing’ climate commitments

SSE Renewables calls on Northern Ireland to set 80% emissions target for 2030

The firm also stresses the need for a clear roadmap for the decarbonisation of the energy sector in the region to be established

First new coal mine in England for 30 years granted planning approval

The firm behind the project will extract and process around 2.7 million tonnes of metallurgical coal every year to supply it to the steel industry

‘UK public are sceptical net zero will be achieved by 2050’

A new survey reveals 58% of the public believe it is unlikely that the target will be achieved by the deadline

Almost 80% of Europe’s electricity could be ‘fossil fuel-free by 2030’

The share of renewables in the generation mix gained almost 10% points in one year, according to Eurelectric

UK Government to review offshore oil and gas licensing regime

The review looks to ensure the government has the necessary information to plan for continued oil and gas production in a manner ‘aligned with tackling climate change’

Kwasi Kwarteng responds to our net zero business survey

The Minister said: ‘Clean growth has to be a shared endeavour between government, devolved nations, local authorities, business, civil society and the British people’

Guest Blog: Michael Prager – What is Net Zero Carbon & why should you care (N.B. you should)

Net Zero Carbon is the new ethical frontier that all of us; government, consumers, business will have to comply with over the next decade.

Shell wraps up acquisition of carbon farming company

Environmental services company Select Carbon specialises in developing projects which aim to increase carbon capture in plants or soil and reduce Australia’s emissions