The current Mayor of London says he is proud of his achievements so far and visitors to the summer’s Olympics will find a cleaner, greener city welcoming them.
In the second of a series of articles for RTCC by the candidates in the London Mayoral election, Labour’s Ken Livingstone reveals how cheaper public transport and taking on the big six UK energy providers can create a low-carbon London.
In the first of a series of articles by the leading candidates in the London Mayoral election, Jenny Jones of the Green Party spells out her plans for the capital should she be elected.
Researchers call for increased ambition and propose a 40% reduction by 2050.
Energy efficiency and renewable power are big winners as fossil fuel subsidies and carbon capture funding cut.
Energy is a commodity like no other. Both sides of the debate should ensure their statistics represent that fact.
Ajay Gambhir, Research Fellow at the Grantham Institute for Climate Change at Imperial College, analyses China’s negotiating positions ahead of COP17.
Investment opportunities in energy efficiency remain strong despite the current financial crisis, and could offer attractive returns over the coming decade, say sector experts.
China aims to cut cut 48 million tonnes of CO2 after announcing plans to phase out all incandescent light bulbs by 2016.
How a typical British home went on a low-carbon diet
Switching residential heating from fossil fuels to heat pumps and CHP boilers would slash 15% off current UK CO2 levels