14 October 2021,
Stuart Spray explores the links between climate change, meat production and why the Government has refused to implement the recommendations of its own watchdog
The Glorious Twelfth: Government Continues to Turn a Blind Eye to Grouse Shooting’s Inglorious Consequences
12 August 2021,
grouse shooting seasons gets underway, Stuart Spray reports on the negative impacts that driven grouse moors have on biodiversity and climate change
20 April 2021,
Stuart Spray reports on the importance of a High Court judgment on HS2’s actions in an ancient woodland
8 February 2021,
Stuart Spray speaks to the HS2 Rebellion activists underground at Euston Square Gardens
Climate Delusion and Blinkered Nostalgia: Council Approves New Coal Mine, Claiming It Will Help Tackle Climate Change
29 January 2021,
Stuart Spray reports on a move that threatens to betray the UK’s carbon commitments
15 January 2021,
Vulnerable wildlife is collateral damage in the Prime Minister’s economic vision for Britain, writes Stuart Spray
29 December 2020,
Stuart Spray has the details of HS2’s latest attempt to defile the British countryside
15 October 2020,
Stuart Spray looks at the discrepancy between the Prime Minister's United Nations pledge to protect the environment, and his actions on HS2
1 October 2020,
Stuart Spray investigates the environmental impact of Drax in North Yorkshire, the world’s largest wood-consuming power station
10 September 2020,
While the UN continues to highlight the urgent need to tackle climate change, the British Government continues to vilify activists argues Stuart Spray
11 June 2020,
Stuart Spray reveals disturbing evidence that suggests HS2 is not living up to its claims of protecting breeding birds
27 May 2020,
Stuart Spray examines comments by the new chairman of the Moorland Association and what they mean for birds such as hen harriers.
29 April 2020,
Stuart Spray reports on how the Countryside Alliance has joined the RSPB and Wildlife Trust in criticising potential wildlife crimes.
17 April 2020,
Stuart Spray on how his quest to get clarification on the damage being caused to the environment by the HS2 project is being resisted.
4 April 2020,
Stuart Spray considers the consequences of the High Court decision to reject Chris Packham's judicial review and interim injunction on the railway project.
25 March 2020,
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.
6 February 2020,
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.