She urged the companies to “insure our future” and cut ties with global fossil fuel giants
Stuart Spray speaks to the activist and TV presenter, who has announced he is challenging the Prime Minister on the legality of abandoning key net zero commitments
A new report reveals that the Ministry of Defence has made no real progress on reducing the carbon footprint of its military bases in the UK
There are concerns that the project will tie Uganda, Tanzania and East African countries to fossil fuels at the expense of a robust, diverse and lasting green economies
Adaptation to the effects of climate change remains ‘overlooked’, according to a new report by the Government’s independent advisory body on tackling the issue
Stuart Spray reports on the inspiring work being done to restore the UK’s seas and coastlines and the bad news threatening to undermine this
Stuart Spray reports on the reaction by politicians, environmental groups and climate activists to the Government’s go-ahead for the country’s first coal mine in 30 years
As the UN Biodiversity Conference kicks off, Stuart Spray reports on the UK’s lack of progress in combating biodiversity loss over the past 12 years on the Conservatives’ watch
Stuart Spray speaks to the residents of Great Plumpton, close to a shale gas exploration site, about the realities of fracking – as Westminster descends into chaos over banning it
A dynamic collaboration could turn two of England’s largest cities into green technology leaders in the race to net zero, reports Stuart Spray
The campaigners argued that the party should not be aligning itself to the company, which emitted million tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere last year
Stuart Spray runs through some of the immediate actions that could be taken by the Government to address global warming and fix our energy system
grouse shooting seasons gets underway, Stuart Spray reports on the negative impacts that driven grouse moors have on biodiversity and climate change
Stuart Spray has the details of HS2’s latest attempt to defile the British countryside
While the UN continues to highlight the urgent need to tackle climate change, the British Government continues to vilify activists argues Stuart Spray
Stuart Spray reveals disturbing evidence that suggests HS2 is not living up to its claims of protecting breeding birds
Stuart Spray examines comments by the new chairman of the Moorland Association and what they mean for birds such as hen harriers.
Stuart Spray reports on how the Countryside Alliance has joined the RSPB and Wildlife Trust in criticising potential wildlife crimes.
Stuart Spray on how his quest to get clarification on the damage being caused to the environment by the HS2 project is being resisted.
As HS2 prepares to fell ancient woodlands in the bird breeding season, Natural England’s response to using hawks to deter nesting birds is “lame and inadequate” says Chris Packham.
Stuart Spray reports on how HS2 ‘enabling works’ continue to destroy the environment even though the project might be scrapped by the Government any day now.