Stephen Frost


Reaping the rewards: cultivating a fair transition for farming

The overarching recommendation in this report is for the UK government to step up and bring forward an industrial strategy for food and farming. The authors argue that it should provide farmers with more support and greater certainty, intervene to rebalance risk and power across...

Planning for net zero and nature: a better, greener planning system that empowers local places

In this report, the authors set out how the planning system needs to change to deliver net zero and restore nature in England, while also delivering the services people need, including well-connected communities and housing, and supporting the development of renewable energy.

Where next? Uncertainty in transport's path to net zero

To understand the key drivers of the uncertainty on the path to net zero, the authors of this report spoke to a diverse mix of people working across the transport and energy sectors with an interest in reducing emissions from everyday journeys. This briefing is...

Net zero places: a community-powered response to the climate crisis

The transition to net zero will have a significant impact on everyone’s lives. From how we heat our homes to how we travel, few aspects will be unchanged. This report provides a vision drawn from people’s hopes for the benefits that the drive to net...

All aboard: a plan for fairly decarbonising how people travel

This report outlines a vision for a transport system that is fair to all, works to improve people’s health and wellbeing, and provides a better environment for nature.