The focus should turn to the deliverability of Labour’s energy plans.
Key takeaways from the IfG's annual conference.
The government's oil and gas bill is performative politics and tarnishes the UK's already diminishing claims to moral authority on climate change.
Working out a fair way to distribute the costs will be among the most important determinants of a successful transition to net zero.
Adaptation is a general term used to cover the planning and measures needed to cope with the impacts of climate change.
Net zero refers to achieving a balance between the amount of greenhouse gas emissions produced and the amount removed from the atmosphere.
Former deputy prime minister, health secretary and environment secretary Thérèse Coffey joined us to reflect on her nine years as government minister.
The IfG brought together influential speakers and experts to explore the key questions for government in 2024.
Ed Cox & Shirley Rodrigues discussed what role England’s mayors and local leaders can play in decarbonising the economy and public services.
The IfG was in Liverpool for a series of fringe events on the constitution, devolution, public services, AI and more.
Net zero: how government can meet its climate change target
Meeting the UK's 2050 target will require transformations in every sector of the UK economy, sustained investment over three decades and substantial changes to everyone’s lives.Download
The UK government’s current top-down approach to net zero has hamstrung locally elected mayors’ efforts to deliver net zero.
Liz Truss should overhaul the government’s energy efficiency policies.
Government must do more to ensure policy coherence on net zero.
The energy security strategy does little to address questions of security and affordability in the short to medium term.
The government’s response to the energy price crisis right will be critical to preserving political and public support for net zero policies.
Failing to set out a clear and consistent approach to reaching net zero will raise the costs of the transition.