New Ipsos MORI polling, commissioned by UK100, reveals that over three quarters of people around the country believe creating more green jobs in their local areas would provide post-pandemic employment opportunities.
Leaders across Oxford gathered yesterday to commit to playing their part in achieving a Net Zero city. Cllr Tom Hayes explains why he believes Oxford can become zero carbon by 2040, a full decade ahead of the national legal target.
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.
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.
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.
As Boris Johnson lays out his Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution, our Policy Director Jason Torrance explains that, despite the welcome announcement, additional funding, policies and powers are vital.
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
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.
Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone goes live in June 2021. We spoke to the councillor overseeing the progressive new measure, Cllr Waseem Zaffar. He spoke about his wish for the city once at the heart of the Industrial Revolution to be sought after for its clean air