climate action

How to help improve this calculatorCreating a low-carbon economy will require the consent and participation of citizens given the scale and pace of change required. Government can play a leadership role, but transforming our economy will require a coalition of citizens, business, and the energy industry. The DECC would like to test and refine this tool, its assumptions and its presentation, before engaging the public more widely.
Post date: 8 Aug 2010
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Post date: 4 Jun 2010
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Post date: 28 May 2010
Type: Event

"It is of the utmost importance that the EU maintain its global lead as the world shifts towards a low-carbon economy," says Commissioner Hedegaard. "This is critical for Europe's future economic growth, our competitiveness, the creation of new jobs and our energy security. We have gained a head start with the 2008 climate and energy package but to maintain European leadership requires the help of business."
Post date: 14 May 2010
Type: News

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Post date: 22 Apr 2010
Type: Event

Proposals for the new climate change planning policy will ensure new developments are built in the right places, utilising sustainable sources of energy and encouraging the installation of electric car charging points. To help councils, Mr Healey has today granted nearly £10m to boost their expertise as "green champions", updating the tools and know-how they need to develop sustainable housing and energy sources for their areas.
Post date: 12 Mar 2010
Type: News

Post date: 30 Dec 2009
Type: Link