The government has launched its latest plan to boost the economy after the effects of the coronavirus crisis. While it’s a step in the right direction, this plan is far from the green and fair recovery we need.
Today in his speech the Chancellor announced support intended to drive a 'green' recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, but despite positive steps for home energy efficiency huge gaps remain in this government's plan for building a more sustainable future.
In early July Chancellor Rishi Sunak is expected to announce a plan to boost the UK economy after the impacts of coronavirus. This could have far-reaching impacts for the climate and nature emergency if he doesn’t get it right.
Strategy will be used to decide how the £640 million ‘nature for climate fund’ will be spent to deliver on tree planting commitments Friends of the Earth is campaigning to double tree cover as part of the fight against climate and nature breakdown The government …