UK universities to beef up the green menus of their canteens!

A new catering accreditation scheme will see university canteens offer more plant-based options

Industry responds to ‘Britain’s fossil fuel-free grid by 2035’

Boris Johnson has promised that all electricity in the UK will be produced from clean sources – but what does the industry think?

‘Artificial meat should be backed in fight against climate change’

‘Alternative proteins’ could be easier for policymakers to introduce than taxing traditional meat, a think tank suggests

Greenpeace taking government to court over oil permit

The environmental group challenges the government’s decision to grant BP a permit to drill for 30 million barrels of oil

Climate change ‘could make UK’s office-to-flat conversions uninhabitable’

Repurposing commercial buildings could create swathes of homes that are unfit for living in future climate conditions, according to a new report

Drax executive steps down from Climate Change Committee

The news comes after concerns were raised about a conflict of interest

GUEST BLOG: Tom Greatrex – A new nuclear age

Chief Executive of the Nuclear Industry Association, Tom Greatrex says nuclear station closures threaten jobs and climate goals without new investment

Industry responds to CCC progress report

MPs, trade associations and environmental groups stress that time is running out for realistic climate commitments

CCC warns journey to net zero is far from half-completed

The Climate Change Committee notes the government has been too slow to deliver on its climate promises

UK fails to keep pace with increasing climate risks, CCC warns

The Climate Change Committee suggests climate risks will not disappear as the world moves to net zero