Our Campaigns Officer and COP26 Lead Talia Berriman introduces our ambitious new pledge and how it links to COP26 progress and the global community committed to reaching Net Zero
Talia Berriman
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UK100
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London’s Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy, Shirley Rodrigues, lays out the Green New Deal, the local projects it supports and how achieving its ambitions cannot happen without London’s boroughs.
Shirley Rodrigues
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Greater London Authority
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As Belfast launches its first Climate Plan, the city’s Resilience Commissioner Grainia Long describes the importance of sound analysis, the potential of ‘multiple problems solvers’, and the power of genuine collaboration.
Grainia Long
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Belfast City Council
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Leader of Glasgow City Council Councillor Susan Aitken tells UK100 why Scotland’s biggest city has joined Race To Zero, and what opportunity it holds for local authorities on the road to COP26.
Cllr Susan Aitken
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Glasgow City Council
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Sophie Lethier’s November parliamentary update covers her analysis of the Chancellor’s Spending Review and an update on the Pensions Schemes Bill and Financial Services Bill.
Sophie Lethier
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UK100
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As we set off on the local pathway to COP26, UK100 Director Polly Billington talks about why local authorities hold the key to the UK’s Net Zero ambition, and why we’re signing up members to a new, more ambitious pledge.
Polly Billington
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UK100
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We spoke with Maxine Narburgh, Regional Manager of the Greater South East Energy Hub about how it supports local authorities implementing clean energy projects. Here she talks about how a ‘Net Zero energy family’ is taking shape
Jonny Wilkinson
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UK100
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