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While nursing a broken foot, Baroness Jones has wrestled a week packed with breakfast meetings, existential questions, and holding the Government to account on the environment.
Decarbonising quickly and effectively to hit our net-zero target by 2050 requires urgent, clear and decisive leadership, says the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
Lord Foulkes outlines his key priorities ahead of COP26, in order for the UK to secure it's position as a world leader in the fight against climate change.
Responding to today's Budget, it is hugely important that new infrastructure projects are well designed and protect the natural environment, says the Woodland Trust.
The Budget tomorrow will be the first real test of this Government’s commitment on climate and it needs to drive momentum in the decarbonisation of electricity, heat and transport or it will set us up for a failure on the world stage, writes SSE's Alistair Phillips-Davies.
In the long term, if the UK wishes to reduce its reliance on exports, Government policy in this area must serve to stimulate domestic demand for secondary materials and unlock investment in new infrastructure, says Executive Director of the Environmental Services Association, Jacob Hayler.
Whilst there has been recent media attention highlighting the delay to the long-awaited National Infrastructure Strategy in the Budget, MIMA hopes that any such delay by the new Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, does in fact refocus the strategy to include increased resource tightly aimed at achieving net zero.
We need to have a clear way of tracing waste to make sure that rubbish does not end up in our ocean. My amendment to the Environment Bill will do just that, writes Wera Hobhouse MP.
The Government is failing to tackle the causes of plastic pollution by focusing on “piecemeal policies”, a green policy think tank has claimed.
Boris Johnson was heckled with cries of “traitor” as he finally visited areas hit by flooding.
With more governments around the world issuing green bonds, Maria Busca looks at whether HM Treasury will follow suit.