Conservatives win General Election: Industry responds

What does the energy sector think the result will mean for the future?

Boris Johnson pledges to make Britain ‘cleanest, greenest country on Earth’

The Conservative Party secured the biggest majority since the 1980s at this year’s general election

Labour Party promises to electrify UK’s bus fleet by 2030

Leader Jeremy Corbyn has said the move, which will be paid for out of the party’s Green Transformation Fund, will bring “bus services into the future” and boost UK manufacturing

Boris Johnson replaced with ice sculpture as he dodges climate debate

Former Environment Secretary Michael Gove offered to take his place but Channel 4 said the invitation was only for leaders of political parties

Election 2019: The Green Party’s energy and climate policies

It sets out the Green New Deal which aims to generate electricity from the wind, sun and waves, make homes and buildings warmer and roll out electric vehicles

Three-quarters of Brits want government to do more to support renewables

More than two-thirds believe the government should be responsible for tackling climate change and reaching net zero

Election 2019: SNP’s energy and climate policies

Leader Nicola Sturgeon has demanded the UK matches Scotland’s climate ambitions, regardless of its position within the EU

Extinction Rebellion announces Twelve Days Of Crisis

The climate activists will undertake nonviolent direct action across the country, urging all political parties to make the climate and ecological emergency their top priority

Election 2019: Liberal Democrat’s energy and climate policies

The party claims to be the only party with a “radical, credible and detailed plan” to tackle the climate emergency as soon as possible

Is Boris Johnson planning a ban on fracking?

The prime minister cited concerns about earth tremors which have been caused as a result of fracking in the past