The obvious time for the UK to publish its NDC would be before the Commonwealth meeting in June, to leverage countries like India and South Africa
The UK’s top climate diplomat said the country had been able to do ‘a huge amount’ of pre-diplomacy work despite the lack of a Cop26 president
Boris Johnson officially launched Cop26 on Tuesday but gave little indication as to how the government is going to leverage the world into taking bolder climate action
The UK’s Prime Minister launched Cop26 hours after being accused by sacked talks president Claire O’Neill of ‘not understanding’ the issues at stake
The UK largely stopped financing new coal mines overseas in the early 2000s but spent billions of public funds supporting oil and gas projects abroad since then
Mayors of the world’s leading cities met in Johannesburg this week to discuss solutions to climate change
UK capital set for largest energy efficient road lighting project in country, installing 35,000 street lamps by 2016
Boris Johnson’s environmental advisor Matthew Pencharz on shale gas, air pollution, lessons from the 2012 Olympics and climate adaptation planning
Shadow energy secretary says Britain’s reputation as a low carbon leader is being tarnished by Conservative ‘political game playing’
Odds on favourite to be next UK Prime Minister says solar rays determine climate and world could be heading for a ‘mini ice age’ after it snows in UK
The current Mayor of London says he is proud of his achievements so far and visitors to the summer’s Olympics will find a cleaner, greener city welcoming them.
In the second of a series of articles for RTCC by the candidates in the London Mayoral election, Labour’s Ken Livingstone reveals how cheaper public transport and taking on the big six UK energy providers can create a low-carbon London.
Labour candidate and former Mayor of London tells RTCC he will create energy cop-operative to provide alternative to major utility firms.