This final report of the Environmental Justice Commission sets out a vision for the future of the UK.
The latest research and analysis from the Fair Transition Unit
Across local and national government there is a need for greater ambition and urgency around air quality.
The transition to net zero remains a huge economic opportunity for the UK, but we need the investment and clear, long-term, robust industrial strategy to realise it.
Exploring what the UK can learn from the successes and failures of fair transition policies in the US and EU.
The public know that climate change is a major long-term risk to their family and community and are waiting for leadership, argues Sam Freedman. In a crowded field July’s Uxbridge...
Cars are central to many people’s lives and the 2021 Census revealed that this dependency has grown over the last decade. Communities across the UK understand the environmental and social necessity...
As a key emitter of greenhouse gases and a driver of biodiversity loss, current agricultural practices in England can and must change.
Restoring our bus network and ‘levelling up’ public transport would be transformative for people’s lives, communities, and local economies.
In this paper, we set out how the state and private firms can work together to ensure transition plans are a tool for reducing emissions in the real economy.
There are lessons to learn from the US if the UK is to respond effectively and reap the benefits of the green transition and accelerate its pathway to net zero.
This paper sets out how to increase public spending on climate and nature, at speed to maximise economic opportunities and ensure ongoing public support.