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Government must take a joined-up approach across all departments and put climate action at the heart of every single economic and policy decision, writes Caroline Lucas MP
By focusing on the actions individual ministries have taken towards meeting net zero, we aim to pinpoint the successes and highlight those areas still lagging behind, writes Lord Deben
Government money spent on retrofitting homes to meet climate targets would be a sound investment – improving decarbonisation and reducing fuel poverty, writes Alan Whitehead MP
Tidal energy, nuclear power, and a greener approach to international trade will set the UK on the path to decarbonisation, writes Virginia Crosbie MP
To reach Net Zero we could be looking at the quadrupling of nuclear capacity, writes Ieuan Williams, Public Affairs Manager at the Nuclear Industry Association.
"I changed my mind on Heathrow expansion because the benefits to West London residents is clear; as is the leadership Heathrow can provide the wider industry on climate change," writes Andrew Dakers, Chief Executive of West London Business.
Transferable skills utilised in cleaning up the Sellafield site can support the next phase of clean energy projects in the UK and other projects of major national importance, says Sellafield.
Heathrow say they will appeal to the Supreme Court and are confident they will be successful.
IKEA aim to transform into a truly circular business by 2030, but say in order to achieve this they need the Government to put the right infrastructure, incentives and targets in place.
This week in Parliament, the Woodland Trust presented Parliamentarians with the opportunity to hear more about their Emergency Tree Plan, setting out key recommendations for national and local governments across the UK.
The recycling of plastics isn't working, we need to make crucial environmental changes, such as introducing a bottle deposit scheme, to stop people using so much unnecessary single-use plastic, writes Baroness Bennett.
Jeremy Corbyn has accused Boris Johnson of being a “part-time” prime minister as he took aim at the Tory leader’s response to flooding across the UK.
Landfill remains an essential piece of Britain’s waste management infrastructure for the foreseeable future as a means of disposing of waste for which no other safe treatment option is available.
Landfill sites are an important part of our waste management process, but smells from landfill waste are having a significant impact on the quality of life of local residents, writes Aaron Bell MP.
The UK has one of the most energy inefficient housing stocks in Europe, instead of relying on energy companies to reduce emissions of fuel poor homes, we need a locally managed and properly funded national infrastructure, writes Lord Teverson.
Boris Johnson has stayed away from flood-hit parts of the country because he does not want to "distract" from recovery efforts, Downing Street has said.
We must start tackling the crisis in the UK's future energy supply - nuclear and renewables can deliver a secure, low carbon system and meet growing electricity demand, writes Lord West.
Jeremy Corbyn has accused Boris Johnson of showing his "true colours" by failing to visit areas affected by the floods.
The UK won’t become a world leader in AgriTech without a central site to foster the commercialisation of ideas, explains SmithsonHill.
The Government has pledged to spend £1.2billion on a new supercomputer to forecast extreme weather.
With the appointment of George Eustice, Defra is getting a leader with experience who has spent significant time with the department, and who should be able to hit the ground running, says ESA.
Nicola Sturgeon has launched a furious attack on Boris Johnson after it emerged that a major climate change summit could be moved from Glasgow to London.
A ban on new petrol and diesel cars could be brought in even earlier than planned, Grant Shapps has revealed.
The latest data from the Breathe GB study shows that we need concerted action from government and industry to tackle air pollution, writes the British Safety Council.