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Stuart Spray

Sea Creature Discoveries to Huge Threats to Sea Life: A Year of Marine Highs and Lows

, 4 January 2023
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

Cumbria Coal Mine: ‘A Subterranean White Elephant’ in the Works

, 14 December 2022
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

COP15: Environmental Groups Call Out Government’s Failures on Reversing Biodiversity Loss

, 7 December 2022
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

Fracking Hell: Living with the Government’s Unpopular Policy

, 20 October 2022
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

Manchester and Liverpool Join Forces to Explore Green Energy Potential for Powering Both Cities

, 18 October 2022
A dynamic collaboration could turn two of England's largest cities into green technology leaders in the race to net zero, reports Stuart Spray

Climate Activists Evicted from Labour Conference Fringe Event Sponsored by Power Station Firm 

, 27 September 2022
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

Five Policies that Jacob Rees-Mogg Should Adopt Now on Climate Change

, 26 September 2022
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

Government Rejects Meat Consumption Reduction Climate Target

, 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

Legal Challenge on Bat Habitat Sends Message that Ecological Protections Matter

, 20 April 2021
Stuart Spray reports on the importance of a High Court judgment on HS2’s actions in an ancient woodland

EXCLUSIVE ‘A Completely Unnecessary Vanity Project’: The HS2 Protestors Digging In for the Climate

, 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

Boris Johnson’s Biodiversity Hypocrisy

, 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

UK Power Station Pillages North Carolina Forests

, 1 October 2020
Stuart Spray investigates the environmental impact of Drax in North Yorkshire, the world’s largest wood-consuming power station

Extinction Rebellion: Damaging Society or the Best Hope to Tackle Climate Change?

, 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

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