The imperative to respond to the climate emergency and reach net zero is driving action across sectors and shaping the future of transport.
The result of working with communities in Liverpool and Anglesey, this report provides a vision for what net zero places could like drawn from their hopes for the future.
This briefing summarises the findings of two workshops held at a fringe event in Glasgow City Council Chambers at COP26.
Today the UN’s climate summit in Glasgow is shining a spotlight on gender. This is welcome, because women are being harder hit by the impacts of climate change owing to existing global gender...
The Cambridgeshire Fens Climate Panel provides 10 guiding principles for ensuring the response to the climate crisis is fair to the people who live in the fens and beyond.
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.
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.