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Heathrow plans to operate zero-carbon airport infrastructure by 2050

High Court dismisses climate case against third runway at Heathrow Airport

The High Court has today (1 May) dismissed five claimants objecting the expansion of Heathrow Airport on grounds including pollution and climate change impacts, a decision criticised in light of the recent declarations of a "climate emergency" in the UK.

Despite the ruling, Plan B is optimistic that the UK Government will set new climate targets in the near future

Calls for review of UK's 2050 climate target rejected by Court of Appeals

An appeal to bring forward the UK's current climate commitments to align with scientific research on the necessity to limit average global warming to 1.5C has been rejected by the Court of Appeals.

Tim Crosland is urging the UK Government to implement policies that will align all business actions with a 1.5C trajectory

Why sustainable business leadership must become the new normal post-IPCC

EXCLUSIVE: As businesses strive to bolster their sustainability commitments in the face of ever-growing climate challenges, policymakers must do more to make 1.5C targets the norm rather than the exception.

Plan B responded by calling for an “urgent clarification” on whether the CCC would be permitted to recommend changes to the agreed carbon budgets

Net zero emissions review may prompt changes to existing carbon budgets

Claire Perry has confirmed that the already agreed carbon budgets may be amended in response to the Committee on Climate Change's (CCC) net zero emissions review.

This is the latest in a string of legal actions taken against Heathrow expansion. Photo: HACAN

Fresh legal action taken against Heathrow Airport expansion

Climate change charity Plan B has initiated legal action against Transport Secretary Chris Grayling, in a challenge to the proposed Heathrow expansion.


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