UK Export Finance will no longer back oil and gas projects overseas, shutting off a potential source of support for a major pipeline across Uganda
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News, indicators and facts of the work of the Green Fiscal Policy Network and our partners in the United Kingdom.
In recent news about NDCs, the UK, Switzerland, and Costa Rica have highlighted their goals of net zero emissions by 2050, in line with global
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been positioning himself as a leader in fighting global warming, an area where he can make common cause with President-elect
By Dave Keating Changes taking place in the UK and US could force a rethink of the EU’s flagship climate policy, the Emissions Trading Scheme. When
Energy companies will compete for contracts in auction at end of 2021 The government plans to double the amount of renewable energy it will subsidise
General description of the measure This is a new tax that applies to plastic packaging produced in, or imported into, the UK, that does not
Earlier this year, the government put forward plans for a domestic ETS to replace the EU scheme from January 2021 – once the Brexit transition
Diplomats will try to make progress on the last unresolved issues of the Paris Agreement in online events run by UN Climate Change next month.
The Green+ Gilt: How the UK could issue sovereign bonds that deliver climate action (LSE Grantham Research Institute)
The UK has a proud tradition of leadership in climate action and global finance. The urgent need to rebuild the economy in response to the