There are strong practical reasons why the UK and EU should treat energy as a special case during Brexit negotiations, argues a new report. ... Read More
Update 24/4/2017: With the results from the first round of the French presidential election yesterday, 11 candidates were whittled down to two: Front... Read More
Subsidies should end for many types of biomass, a new Chatham House report argues, because they are failing to help cut greenhouse gas emissions. ... Read More
The literature on EU energy regulations got longer by about a thousand pages yesterday, as the European Commission put forward its vision for... Read More
Climate change will once again become the focus of global diplomacy next week, as countries gather in Marrakech for the UN climate body's (UNFCCC)... Read More
The European Commission has laid out proposals on dividing up 2030 emissions reduction goals for buildings, transport and agriculture. ... Read More
Update 30/6/16 - The government has answered one of our 94 questions by proposing a fifth carbon budget in line with advice from the Committee on... Read More
Update 4/10/16 — The EU has ratified the Paris Agreement, after member states agreed to a fast-tracked process. In Parliament today, MEPs voted to... Read More
Is it possible to reduce emissions while growing the economy? This is a major question for policymakers hoping to combat climate change. ... Read More
On 23 June, the British people will decide whether they want to leave or remain in the European Union. ... Read More
Heating and cooling is the unglamorous consumer of half of the EU's energy, with 75% of this generated from fossil fuels. Only 25% is generated from... Read More
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