The UK has made strong commitments to build back better from Covid-19, but recent hiccups raise questions over whether it can deliver on its pledges.
European governments have pledged billions in clean energy investment in their Covid-19 recovery funds, but measures announced so far are a long way off the green recovery many had hoped for.
Companies are increasingly convinced that reducing carbon emissions can have a positive impact on market demand, reputation and even supply chains.
The UK was one of the strongest pro-nuclear voices in the EU. The loss of its large number of Council votes has left France without a strong ally and opened a path for Germany to block public funding for new nuclear plants.
The UK government is promising a green industrial revolution. With Brexit slowing or even ending the imports and exports of certain products, some believe the country has no choice but to boost its local clean energy economy.
Brexit has been a serious blow to the City of London. Can a growing global sustainable finance market provide some compensation?
Politicians and businesses shout about net-zero pledges and renewables, but Mike Berners-Lee believes most have yet to grasp the gravity of the climate crisis.
Policy decisions on how electricity bills are constructed have a much clearer impact on consumer costs than the rate at which countries are making the transition to renewables.
Heat pumps provide energy-efficient heating and cooling and are one of the most effective technologies available to decarbonise buildings.