MPs urge government to tackle green skills gap

The government has been criticised over an “inconsistent” policy on green jobs and a knowledge gap in necessary skills

Industry responds to Net Zero Strategy

A “key step forward” or a “huge letdown” – what does the industry think?

MPs press the alarm: “UK’s consumption is unsustainable”

The Environmental Audit Committee is concerned that the use of deforestation-linked commodities including soy, cocoa, timber is increasing dramatically

NAO: “Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme was not executed to an acceptable standard”

The UK’s independent public spending watchdog found that the scheme had an over-ambitious timetable that limited its carbon reduction and job creation impact

Industry responds to government’s Hydrogen Strategy

The government has set out plans to create a ‘thriving’ low carbon hydrogen sector in the UK over the next decade – but what does the energy industry think?

Industry reacts to landmark IPCC report findings

Following the publication of the sixth Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Assessment Report, the industry, academia and campaigners respond to its key findings

UK’s gigafactory ambitions ‘at dead end without more support’

The Environmental Audit Committee estimates a further 100GWh of gigafactory capacity is needed to meet ambitions for the production of BEVs

Government criticised over ‘toothless’ biodiversity strategy

EAC says biodiversity loss is not being treated with the same urgency and ambition as climate change

Get paid for bringing back cartons

The EAC suggests the delayed Deposit Return Scheme should include carton collection

‘Government’s lack of strategy is halting the growth of community energy’

EAC urges the government to consider increasing the role community energy can play for the UK’s net zero