Paris means negative emissions

Paris means negative emissions

Brexit may mean Brexit, but Paris means negative emissions. Today, as the global agreement enters into force, governments and civil society must act in concert to deploy carbon negative technology. If governments worldwide are serious in their Paris Agreement plans...
The UK’s carbon price is under threat

The UK’s carbon price is under threat

Sandbag’s new report shows the Carbon Price Support, a tax of £18 per tonne of CO2, has caused UK coal emissions to fall 66% this year. But now some industry voices are calling for the tax to be scrapped. Please help Sandbag persuade the government to keep the Carbon...
Dispelling the waterbed myth

Dispelling the waterbed myth

Additional actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are being taken across the EU in sectors covered by the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS). These include implementing energy efficiency programmes, deploying renewables, replacing lignite and coal plants with...