Download a joint NGO briefing on why it's important that the Energy Bill includes a target to decarbonise energy by 2030.
Energy Bill Briefing - March 2013
SCCS briefing on the draft second Report and Proposals and Policies (RPP2)
Point of No Return (2013)
This 2013 Greenpeace study reveals how a 'carbon bomb' of 14 planned fossil fuel projects alone would increase global carbon emissions by 20% by 2020 if given the go-ahead. These projects include expansion of Canadian and Venezuelan tar sands; open cast coal mines in China and Australia; offshore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico and Brazil - as well as other Ecocidal plans. This report explores the climate science as well as the clean energy alternatives.
Regional green economy success stories
Green Alliance have put together some great factsheets, showing how the green economy is working in each region. This is powerful information for getting your MP on board.
Joint NGO briefing on the Energy Bill: December 2012
The Energy Bill presented to Parliament in November 2012 falls short of what we need to move towards a sustainable economy. Here the NGOs campaigning for a better Energy Bill have outlined the ways in which the Bill needs to be improved.
Green Economy: A UK success story
Green Alliance’s recent report on how green business is has quietly become a UK success story and has continued to grow steadily even whilst broader economic activity slows.
CBI Infographic: How the UK can make the most of green growth
SCCS briefing on the outcome of the UN climate change negotiations in Doha, Qatar
AirportWatch: aviation & shipping in the UK Climate Act
AirportWatch FAQ on aviation and shipping, and why it's crucial to the integrity of the Climate Act that emissions values from these sectors are included.
Aviation and the UK’s carbon budgets - RSPB Briefing Note
RSPB briefing on the need for government to include shipping and aviation emissions targets in the Uk Climate Change Act.