The Local Electricity Bill, which I am proudly co-sponsoring, will help make such businesses financially viable.
Posts Tagged: Net Zero
Jack Richardson: Critical minerals. We can and should offer a better model than China’s one of extraction at any cost.
There are also diplomatic and geostrategic opportunities for Global Britain to lead on developing human and environmental standards.
Daniel Hannan: The Prime Minister is no more off-the-wall than he used to be. But his Peppa Pigg riff revealed his allies have changed.
It is always easier to laugh at the jokes of someone you like, and Rightist columnists no longer indulge their former colleague.
The Government should apply the same energy it has towards achieving Net Zero on Getting Housing Done.
James Frayne: The Conservatives’ new working class base would voice little opposition if the party rolled back the state
Polls show they’re more in favour of lower taxes than professionals and believe that much of Government spending is wasted.
We must address the challenge of climate change and the role that business can play in making our economy more sustainable.
A majority agree that global warming is a reality. But there is scepticism about “net zero” targets and alarmist declarations about an “emergency”.
It would be desirable to see an informed and open-minded ongoing debate about global warming, rather than being dictated to.
Gabriel Milland: Ignore the climate change sceptics. They speak only for themselves – not the mass of centre right and Red Wall voters.
Our polling suggests that the dissenters’ take on events is seen as deeply eccentric by Tory voters.
Not very, unfortunately. That’s not to say, however, that the Government shouldn’t pay more attention to voters.
Daniel Hannan: Where is the money coming from? The question that Conservatives don’t know how to answer.
Billions have already been briefed in advance of today’s budget, as if Britain were a country with a healthy budget surplus.
Emily Carver: The UK’s efforts against climate change will mean nothing without the world’s biggest polluters onboard
Many high-emitting nations are either avoiding COP altogether or stalling when it comes to committing to carbon targets.
Chris Skidmore: For the UK to become a global science superpower, the Chancellor must set out a clear plan this week
We can still be another Israel or South Korea, if we decide a strategy and stick to it.
This cheap move by Downing Street saw children parroting lines on environmentalism from, presumably, their teachers and parents.
The Government needs an Office for Demographic Change to understand the effects of our changing society.