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 to Cllr Clyde Loakes, Deputy Leader of Waltham Forest Council, about how the borough has been a pioneer for LTNs. In this interview he explains why ‘mini Hollands’ are so important, gives some insight to councils looking to do the same, and urges government to pick up the pace.
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
For her October parliamentary update, Sophie Lethier gives the low-down on the Pensions Scheme Bill currently making its way through Parliament, and why it has a crucial role to play in the path to Net Zero.
For Clean Air Day 2020 Oxford City Council’s Deputy Leader and Green Transport and Zero Carbon Oxford Cabinet Member, Cllr Tom Hayes, talks about how the city is ‘taking matters into its own hands’ and going beyond legal targets.
Ahead of Clean Air Day on 8 October, UK100’s Jonny Wilkinson spoke with Councillor Adam Harrison, the Labour ward councillor for Bloomsbury and Cabinet Member for a Sustainable Camden, about the council’s air quality ambitions.
In our Parliamentary Officer Sophie Lethier’s new monthly update, she gives the inside track on Westminster. This month she gives an update on the APPG on Sustainable Finance, for which UK100 is the secretariat, including how it will examine the link between pensions and climate change, the Green Shares Bill, and climate-related legislation working its way through parliament.