Our climate programme
We work with like-minded conservative parliamentarians and councillors to debate, find consensus and champion market-led solutions to combat climate change.
We believe that man-made climate change threatens our prosperity and that the UK must reach net zero emissions by 2050 through affordable, fair, and market-based policies.
We believe that to be economically competitive in a net zero age, the UK needs to lead the global race to decarbonise to win investment, build new industries, and create skilled jobs.
Our climate programme is currently working on policies and campaigns to improve the UK's energy efficiency, build more cheap, clean renewables, decarbonise our transport system, clean up our air and support green finance.
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Competing in the Net Zero Age
We brought together voices from across the conservative movement in February 2023 to discuss the most effective conservative messages and policies for climate action that can deliver decarbonisation while maintaining fiscal responsibility.
Our 'Competing in the Net Zero Age' conference featured two panels addressing the why and the how of net zero, with a keynote speech from Climate Minister Graham Stuart. You can watch the conference below.