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Manchester is Latest City to Delay Clean Air Zones
26. 05. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The coronavirus pandemic will delay the creation of the largest...

Sudden Fall in Emissions During Lockdown is ‘Nothing to Celebrate’
22. 05. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The unprecedented decline in emissions as a result of the...

£250m Investment Planned for Cycle Lanes
11. 05. 2020 | Harry Pererra

In an effort to encourage commuters to forgo public transport...

Leaders Condemn ‘Coronavirus Profiteers’
17. 04. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The COVID-19 pandemic is being used by polluting industries to...

Drastic Fall in UK Air Pollution Due to Lockdown
14. 04. 2020 | Harry Pererra

There has been a fall of up to 60% in...

Ministers to Make Decision on UK’s Largest Coalmine
03. 04. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The government will make a decision later this month on...

UN Head: Global Action on Climate Crisis 'Way Off Track'
12. 03. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The secretary general of the UN, António Guterres, has said...

UK Government to Reignite Support for Onshore Wind
03. 03. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The government will start offering support to onshore wind farms...

Environmental Groups Questions Bank of England Over Board Member's Oil Ties
25. 02. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The Bank of England’s commitment to tackling the climate crisis...

Wind Now Accounts for 15% of Electricity Generated in Europe
21. 02. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Last year, 15.4GW of new wind energy capacity was installed...

Glencore Predicts 30% Drop in Carbon Emissions by 2035
20. 02. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The Swiss mining giant will not set any specific climate...

New Pressure on Barclays Over Fossil Fuel Loans
18. 02. 2020 | Harry Pererra

A shareholder vote pushing for Barclays to stop providing funds...