Energy crisis cheapened by Ed Miliband’s cheap politics – The Yorkshire Post says

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Green Shoots: Driving innovation for net zero

How to drive innovation to meet net zero

Conservative Home

Francesca Fraser writes for Conservative Home, discussing the return to routine Ofsted inspections for 'Outstanding' schools, and what we can learn from the Multi-Academy Trust model.

City AM

Will Tanner, Director of Onward, writes for City AM about our latest report, "Double Devo".

Prospect Magazine

Alex Luke, Researcher on the Getting to Zero programme at Onward, wrote for Prospect Magazine about our new report into public attitudes towards tackling climate change and net zero.

Smart Thinking

Alex Luke writes for Smart Thinking about how cities policy changes have the potential to help the net zero agenda.

Times Red Box

Will Tanner argues in Times Red Box that the Chancellor's Budget should focus less on cost of living and more on the foundation of a productive economy: skills, R&D and investment.

Bennett Institute

James Blagden, Senior Researcher at Onward, wrote for the Bennett Institute at Cambridge University about the effect of transport connectivity on regional earnings.

Yorkshire Post

Ted Christie-Miller writes for the Yorkshire Post, making the case for an innovation drive to power a green energy revolution.

Reaction

Onward Researcher Francesca Fraser writes for Reaction on the need to spur innovation in order to reach net zero.

The Telegraph

Onward Researcher Alex Luke writes for the Telegraph on the steps that can be taken to drive up the deployment of heat pumps.

Prospect

Will Tanner writes for Prospect Magazine on the big policy battles facing Boris Johnson going into Conservative Party Conference.

City AM

Onward researcher, Alex Luke, writes for City AM on the gas price crisis and the case for nuclear.

Sunday Telegraph

Will Tanner writes for the Sunday Telegraph on the politics of net zero, following a recent visit to Redcar.

i Newspaper

Will Tanner on the natural conflicts that develop between No.10 and No.11 Downing Street.