Restoring farmland is one of the best ways to tackle climate and environmental issues over the long-term. But this doesn’t appear to be part of the Nationals deal.
Electricity should be a main focus, but big improvements are also needed in transport, industry, agriculture and buildings.
The UK government claims hydrogen could meet one-third of the country’s energy demand by 2050.
New UK-wide trials aim to discover the best ways to suck carbon from the air.
CEOs, including at oil companies and airlines, are relying on trees and oceans to capture and store carbon for them, but the numbers don’t add up.
Britain's electricity sector continues to decarbonise, but its capacity to store energy lags far behind.
As recent political history shows, emissions reduction targets must be legally binding if we’re to have any hope of reaching them.
Woodhouse Colliery would be the UK’s first new deep coal mine in three decades.
Scott Morrison has taken a very small step towards endorsing a target of net zero emissions by 2050.
Zero emission? Carbon neutral? Carbon negative? What does it mean to achieve ‘net-zero’ emissions?
A year out from the postponed 26th UN conference, the UK held an online meeting to drum up goodwill for climate action.
The Climate Change Committee has laid out a road map for net zero emissions that the UK government could follow.
Slashing carbon emissions by 68% by 2030 will depend on using the UK’s infrastructure strategy effectively.
Alternative farming models, like wood pasture grazing, would allow the UK government to maintain food production while regenerating ecosystems.
Good news for large, small and advanced nuclear reactors.
The plan has plenty on reducing emissions, but less on removing already-emitted carbon from the atmosphere.
Because pledges alone won't achieve net zero.
Hamstrung by a Republican Senate, President-elect Biden will need to look abroad for collaborators on climate action.
From property to local government, economic sectors are meeting the climate change challenge head on. Now the federal government must get on board.
Is the UK government missing the wood for the trees?