The dust has settled after the UK General Election and today will mark the State Opening of a new Conservative Government. The Queen is set to deliver the legislative plans decided by the Conservatives, so what does this mean for the Environment? EVORA has rounded-up the predictions and opinions outlining what we are likely to see over the next five years.
Sky News: What to Expect in the Queens Speech.
The Telegraph: The new Energy Secretary, Amber Rudd, plans to “unleash a new solar revolution” across Britain.
The Guardian: Damian Carrington discusses Cameron’s impact on the green issues.
IEMA suggests the Top Ten Sustainability Actions for the New Government.
New Scientist: Conservatives confirm to fight against Climate Change but shun wind power. New Scientist explains here.
The Independent: Britain’s green energy industry voice their concern about the future of onshore wind development and other renewable technologies.