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NEW CLIMATE-FOCUSED EDUCATION STRATEGY UNVEILED

NEW CLIMATE-FOCUSED EDUCATION STRATEGY UNVEILED

The Department for Education has launched its Sustainability and Climate Change Strategy which includes the launch of a new Natural History GCSE. This follows previous commitments to make all education establishments Net-Zero Carbon in operation. New curriculum...

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THE JOURNEY TO A ‘B’ GRADE EPC

THE JOURNEY TO A ‘B’ GRADE EPC

A Strategic Approach to the New Requirements with the Net Zero Carbon Context An estimated 1 million non-domestic buildings will need to undergo upgrade works to meet the government’s proposed ‘B’ grade Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) by 2030. The government...

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UK CCC CALLS FOR GREATER GOVERNMENT COMMITMENT TO NET ZERO

UK CCC CALLS FOR GREATER GOVERNMENT COMMITMENT TO NET ZERO

The Climate Change Committee has called for the Government to demonstrate greater ambition to achieve the measures outlined in the Glasgow Climate agreement signed at COP26. The UK's climate watchdog has called on the UK Government to deliver a "genuine increase in...

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WORLD LEADERS AGREE GLASGOW CLIMATE PACT AT COP 26

WORLD LEADERS AGREE GLASGOW CLIMATE PACT AT COP 26

With the COP26 Summit drawing to a close In Glasgow, world leaders have agreed a new 'Glasgow Climate Pact'. All nations have agreed to set new climate targets by the end of next year, the phasing down of unabated fossil fuel use and the ending of inefficient...

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LONG-AWAITED ENVIRONMENT BILL ENSHRINED IN LAW

LONG-AWAITED ENVIRONMENT BILL ENSHRINED IN LAW

It has been more than two years since the Environment Bill was introduced and finally, during the second week of COP 26, it finally received Royal Assent. Whilst there has been significant criticism with regard to the strength of action, the Act has been largely...

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JUST MORE HOT AIR – DISAPPOINTING END TO G20 SUMMIT

JUST MORE HOT AIR – DISAPPOINTING END TO G20 SUMMIT

World leaders departed from Rome from the G20 Summit heading for Glasgow to Cop26 on 31st October 2021 having met to discuss actions to address economic recovery from Covid-19, the ongoing public health emergency, and the climate crisis. One would have expected, given...

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