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Tag Archives: UK government
UK Government’s Net Zero Strategy – a critical review
a guest piece by Peter Somerville In this devastating critique, Peter Somerville makes a detailed examination of the UK Government’s Net Zero Strategy. Read his review in full here. He begins by setting the strategy in context. When the government … Continue reading
Posted in analysis, Climate Change Tagged climate change, critique, emissions, net zero, Peter Somerville, policy, UK government 2 Comments
Is this the best we can do to Plan for the Future?
Is this the best we can do to Plan for the Future? by Carolyn Kagan updated 28 October with a link to our consultation response The UK Government has issued a White Paper intended to reform the planning system in … Continue reading
Posted in democracy, explainers, Planning Tagged Carolyn Kagan, Planning, spatial, UK government, White Paper Leave a comment
Will UK government commit to real climate change action, or continue to prevaricate?
As the world experiences record high temperatures, from the Arctic to Africa and India, Steady State Manchester collective member Richard Shirres has written a powerful letter to the UK Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. Some key … Continue reading
Posted in Climate Change, economics, energy, Politics Tagged BEIS, climate change, Climate change Act, climate justice, Greg Clark, Paris, Richard Shirres, UK government 2 Comments