03-05 March 2020 / ExCeL, London
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In the news

In the news

  • Parts of the UK “could be uninhabitable in a few decades” as a result of the “climate emergency”, Environment Agency (EA) chief executive Sir James Bevan warned yesterday, while promoting a consultation on a draft nationwide resilience strategy.

  • Group will target growth outside its traditional territory of London

  • New figures show 1,420 hectares were planted in year to March 2019 against target of 5,000

  • Government and Ofgem must prioritise collection and publication of energy data to usher in low-carbon energy revolution, says taskforce
  • Legal & General Affordable Homes (Legal & General) announces that it has secured its first four affordable schemes, comprising 278 new homes in Croydon, Cornwall, Dunstable and Shrivenham.
  • More than 200 high-rise buildings in England with cladding similar to that used on Grenfell Tower are yet to have work to remove it.
  • UK business stands squarely behind the government's commitment to achieve net zero emissions by 2050
  • The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has today reacted to the Prime Minister’s announcement that Government will tomorrow lay a statutory instrument before Parliament that will amend the Climate Change Act and introduce a legally-binding net zero emission target for 2050.
  • The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has responded to news that the UK Government will bring forward legislation to set a Net Zero target into law. The announcement was made today by the Prime Minister, Theresa May.
  • Greenhouse gas emissions in the UK will be cut to almost zero by 2050, under the terms of a new government plan to tackle climate change.
  • Responding to Theresa May’s announcement that the UK will today table legislation to set a target for net zero carbon emission by 2050, Friends of the Earth chief executive Craig Bennett said...
  • Academics from across Cranfield University, have reacted to the announcement by the UK Government that it intends for the UK to eradicate its net contribution to climate change by 2050.

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