With just over a week having passed since the Prime Minister’s announcement of a snap election, those interested in politics and policy are eagerly awaiting the release of party manifestos. Whilst low carbon and environmental policies are not expected to feature heavily, there is popular support for strong action in this area, says Sarah Williams of the Aldersgate Group.
Fulfilling the ambitions of the UK's environmental objectives will require significant investment in green infrastructure over the next decade. However, private finance is not currently being invested at the scale or speed required. Alex White introduces a one-year project considering how to increase this investment.
At a time when climate policies are often presented as a drag on economic growth, a recent report from the UK’s Committee on Climate Change shows that moving to a competitive low carbon economy can be done affordably, says Nick Molho of the Aldersgate Group.
Projects in the UK's National Infrastructure pipeline must embrace circular economy to maintain its position as a competitive and world-leading industry, argued David Symons, Director at WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff.
The UK may be leaving the EU but we must keep pace with the rest of Europe in forging a more circular economy, argues Nick Molho of the Aldersgate Group.
There is a compelling business case for both the EU and UK to rapidly improve the resource efficiency of its economy, argues Nick Molho, executive director of the Aldersgate Group.
Collaboration has been the crux of the COP22 negotiations and ICT is poised to play its part, writes Gabrielle Ginér, Head of Sustainable Business Policy at BT.