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.
This final report of the Environmental Justice Commission sets out a vision for the future of the UK.
Within this report we outline a vision for a transport system that is fair to all, works to improve people’s health and wellbeing and provides a better environment for nature.
The jurors from the Aberdeenshire Climate and Fairness Panel set out a bold and positive vision for Aberdeenshire and recommendations on how to address the climate crisis and restore nature in a way that is fair for everyone.
This report documents the Thurrock panel’s considered view on the practical steps required to address the climate crisis and restore nature in a way that is fair for everyone.
The climate crisis, and the response to it, present opportunities for communities in the UK as well as threats.
The Tees Valley and County Durham Climate and Fairness Panel is one of four citizens' juries around the UK held by the Environmental Justice Commission in late 2020 and early 2021.
The Covid-19 crisis has hit the oil and gas industry hard. Extraction has shrunk as health restrictions have been put in place and demand has dwindled, threatening tens of thousands of jobs...
From #BuildBackBetter and Black Lives Matter to net zero – 2020 has been characterised by calls for a better and more sustainable future. This paper explores how we can better design public policy to support a rapid and fair transition to net zero and the restoration of nature.