- In a recent progress report, the Climate Change Committee (CCC) hinted that it would not be able to meet the UK’s target of achieving the Net Zero emissions target by 2050.
- The UK government must do more to insulate draught-driven homes as the sharply rising energy prices could hit poorly insulated households.
The UK government is staring at legal challenges from a trio of environmental and legal campaign groups over its unlawful and irresponsible net-zero climate strategy. According to Friends of Earth, ClientEarth, and Good Law Project, the UK government failed to enlist how it would meet its Net Zero targets by 2050.
For the first time, the UK government has faced legal action against its net-zero plans, formally launched in October 2021. The Net Zero Strategy is the defined measure to meet UK’s legally binding net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.