Fairness and opportunity: A people-powered plan for the green transition
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
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.
Deliberative workshop reveals farmers are on board with climate and nature goals Introduction Over the last few weeks, it has felt like the future of farming’s role in tackling the...
This paper looks at tackling the culture war division on climate change, and how we can build on public support for climate action
As Conservative leadership campaigns draw dividing lines, including on net zero, and other parties develop their policy responses to the cost-of-living crisis, this blog assesses where the public are...
The imperative to respond to the climate emergency and reach net zero is driving action across sectors and shaping the future of transport.
This briefing summarises the findings of two workshops held at a fringe event in Glasgow City Council Chambers at COP26.
Well-designed, comprehensive policy to realise the opportunities of home decarbonisation and meet net zero targets for the UK has never been more important.
The debate on decarbonisation has shifted from ‘whether’ we transition to ‘how’. However, there is a need to broaden these debates beyond green and environmental perspectives and to involve anti-poverty groups and perspectives.
In its forthcoming heat and buildings strategy the government needs to stump up the cash, set robust standards, support skills development, and communicate, communicate, communicate, if the UK is to be successful on the home front on the climate crisis.