The Government is consulting with industry and the general public on the UK’s plans to monitor, reduce and eliminate new Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) from the environment, as well as detailing the progress made towards the elimination of older POPs substances.
In November 2019, the EIB’s Board of Directors approved a new level of ambition for the EIB towards climate action and environmental sustainability. The EIB needed to turn this ambition into reality and invited interested stakeholders to accompany it in developing its roadmap – the “Climate Bank Roadmap 2021-2025”.
This was the first stage of a two-part consultation which proposed an ambitious uplift in the energy efficiency of new homes through changes to Part L (Conservation of fuel and power) of the Building Regulations. The second stage has now been published as the Future Buildings Standard. This consultation set out plans for the Future Homes … Read more