National Policy Statements
UK unveils policy statements that help bring the Low Carbon Transition Plan to reality. 'We're not going to be able to deliver a 21st energy system with a 20th century planning system'
'V11' to lead the way
Eleven members of vulnerable countries, the V11, pledge to 'show the way by committing to carbon neutrality' and call for all countries to redouble COP15 efforts
Brazil announces 38-42%
Brazil dramatically unveils offer for voluntary reductions of 38-42% by 2020. Last week, Brazilian President Lula joined 40 world leaders in saying he would go to Copenhagen.
Countries coming forward now with their mitigation targets shows commitment to domestic emissions reductions, and gives others confidence to come forward with their own targets.
Ministers from 'V11' - those countries most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change – pledge to 'show the way by committing to climate neutrality'
Brazil has dramatically unveiled an offer to make deep cuts in its carbon emissions at the climate change negotiations in Copenhagen, it has emerged.
Head of IEA calls for the world to embark on an 'energy revolution' to prevent a rise in temperatures that would be a 'catastrophe for
Transcript of Ed Miliband's statement to the House on the draft National Policy Statements.
The UK Government has unveiled its detailed vision for energy policy over the coming decades in six key areas.