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The Climate Assembly UK will allow people to discuss how we can benefit in terms of job creation and growth from creating a low-carbon economy
Climate Assembly UK gives us the opportunity to test how far the public will go in behaviour change. Without listening, we will never arrive at our green destination, say the former and newly elected chairs of the Transport Select Committee, Lilian Greenwood MP and Huw Merriman MP.
The final report for the Insuring Women's Futures (IWF) initiative has been published, completing three years of research, policy development and market collaboration.
It is deeply uncomfortable for political leaders to have to tell their constituents that they need to change lifestyles. But without that leadership, we will fail to reach our zero-carbon emissions target, writes Lord Browne.
Jeremy Corbyn has called for Ed Miliband to head up a major UN climate summit after David Cameron turned down the role.
It would be economic folly and environmentally self-defeating to import cheaper livestock products produced to lower standards, and would ultimately threaten the viability of our indigenous livestock sector, writes Lord Trees.
David Cameron and William Hague have rejected a plea from Boris Johnson to head up a major climate change summit, it has emerged.
Boris Johnson has been accused of admitting he “doesn’t really understand” climate change by the woman he sacked as president of COP26.
Boris Johnson has been accused of a "failure of global vision and leadership" on climate change amid a bitter row with a sacked former adviser.
We have been a global leader in decarbonising the power sector, but with road transport accounting for around a fifth of all emissions, we must now focus on decarbonsing transport, writes Damian Hinds MP.
Daniella Dos Santos, President of the BVA, has responded to Daniel Zeichner MP.
Government must set legal targets, fund green transport and invest in air pollution monitoring to combat our toxic air crisis, writes Geraint Davies MP
The Agriculture Bill cannot go forward without safeguards in place to protect British standards, preventing hormone-treated beef or chlorine-washed chicken from coming in and undercutting British farmers, writes Daniel Zeichner MP.
The Prime Minister has sacked the woman in charge of running the UN climate summit in Glasgow later this year.
We need action urgently to help households recover from flooding and a longer-term investment plan to make South Yorkshire more resilient to floods, writes Stephanie Peacock MP.
Ahead of COP26, we must learn from the successful international diplomacy used to agree The Antarctic Treaty, to tackle the climate crisis, writes James Gray MP.
Britain will not diverge from European Union rules "for the sake of it" after leaving the bloc, according to the Brexit Secretary.
The Nuclear Industry Association's Chief Executive, Tom Greatrex, responds to a recent article by Darren Jones MP on climate summit COP 26.
The Government should look to revitalise Britain’s role as a world leader in climate diplomacy by supporting industry transition to a net-zero economy, writes Darren Jones MP.
Today, the Woodland Trust launches its ‘Emergency Tree Plan’, setting out its vision for a major increase in tree cover to the 19% recommended by the Climate Change Committee. PoliticsHome recently spoke with Dr James Cooper, Head of External Affairs, to learn more about the proposals for helping tackle the climate and nature crises whilst delivering a range of benefits for people, along with the Trust’s priorities for the year ahead.
NOAH welcomes the publication of the Agriculture Bill today and its recognition of the importance of measures to improve animal health and welfare.
Responsible Finance's business blog considers how to have a fair transition to net-zero.
We need to see nuclear projects championed by Government, with strong progress on establishing the funding mechanism that will deliver them at reduced cost to the customer, says NIA Chief Executive, Tom Greatrex.
Three leading veterinary bodies have teamed up to produce a series of recommendations to raise the bar on rabbit welfare in the UK.