‘Gaps in Global Methane Pledge pose threats to success’

Two years after its initiation by the US and the EU, the effectiveness of the Global Methane Pledge faces uncertainty due to inadequate oversight, according to a report

Low vote of confidence given to 90% of net zero pledges

Only the UK, New Zealand and EU managed to gain a high vote of confidence

‘CEOs rewarded for easy carbon targets’

A study alleges that some of Europe’s top companies are handing out full bonuses for insignificant climate progress

Ban on gas boilers should come forward to 2033, says climate tsar

Net zero architect Chris Skidmore has said the UK has fallen behind in the delivery of net zero and has called for a “rooftop solar revolution”

Sir Patrick Vallance says 2050 ‘a long way off’

He is calling for short-term scientific targets to keep the UK on track

“Revenue cap could have catastrophic consequences on green investment”

Energy UK has warned that the measure could be more “damaging” and “punitive” than the oil and gas profits levy

‘New North Sea oil and gas projects at odds with UK climate goals’

New oil and gas fields cannot alleviate the financial pressure caused by rising energy bills, according to a report

New collaboration to support renewable financing in Central America

The partnership will work towards facilitating the deployment and financing of bankable renewable energy projects across the region

Europe urged to clamp down on growing greenhouse gases black market

Illegal hydrofluorocarbons smuggled into the EU amount to nearly 30% of the legal trade, according to the Environmental Investigation Agency

‘Airlines miss all but one climate target in 20 years’

This is due to the aviation sector regulating themselves, a new report claims