The manner in which the Conservatives’ anti-net zero campaign has been waged has resonant parallels with that which produced Brexit, writes Julian Petley
The climate was the one last issue on which Britain could credibly claim a degree of global leadership – the Conservatives’ cheap electioneering has shattered that
The Government’s commitment to build more homes, while protecting wildlife from deadly pollutants is “failing to deliver for either side”
The Prime Minister is abandoning a popular green agenda in order to benefit a shrinking minority of voters, writes Josiah Mortimer
From growing sewage pollution to rising water bills and lack of investment, Lord Hollick criticises Therese Coffey’s failure to address a Lords report
The Attorney General’s office has said it plans to push forward contempt of court proceedings against retired social worker Trudi Warner.
Four companies have ruled out underwriting the controversial plans for a deep mine off the coast at St Bees
“While I was at the funeral for my brother…there were only four people, because of social distancing. I will never forget that,” song-writer and actor Will Young tells Byline Times.
“We must stop expanding aviation until the technology exists to provide emission free, low-noise flights.”
An adjustment to the scheme will make it cheaper for companies to pollute, boosting their corporate profits
The former European Research Group chairman was a prominent Brexiteer but has now turned his attention to anti-Net Zero campaigning.
Climate campaigners say the right to jury trial faces unprecedented threats – with several activists facing court proceedings for telling jurors of their ‘right to acquit’ on conscience
The heavily-publicised protests were not quite the grassroots movement the right-wing press made them out to be
Rishi Sunak and Boris Johnson privately backed the same road-pricing schemes the Conservatives are now attacking the London mayor over.
How the legal system is silencing climate activists fighting for their right to speak up about the crisis
The fight against climate change is failing to put a dent in the huge profits of the same companies who helped fuel the crisis
As the climate crisis worsens, our politicians are increasingly giving in to the demands of corporate lobbyists
There have been growing concerns among regulators about the potential misuse of sustainability-linked loans
The inside look at how a Times columnist with ties to coal mining, distorted climate data in The Times – while the press regulator turned a blind eye
If there’s any risk future climate change may be worse than we’re anticipating, we must double-down on decarbonisation even more urgently, writes Charlie Gardner
How the right-wing elites of politics and media want you to give up on the climate crisis
The pressure is on to decide how best to use – if at all – the unexplored deep that humans have decided is the common property for the good of all mankind
The Conservative Party may well be on the wrong side of public opinion – as well as history – when it comes to its lack of commitment to tackling the climate emergency
Despite climate-denying spin, almost 50% of voters rank reaching net zero carbon emissions highly important for the country – new polling for Byline Supplement by Omnisis reveals
An Extinction Rebellion spokesperson says their complaints about misleading climate reporting have been left gathering dust.
Richard Burgon MP wants MPs to stop taking perks from polluting firms
Tree Hugging has a long venerated past of protest and environmental protection. Is the Labour Leader completely ignorant of it?
Polluting privatised water companies have been hollowed out by dividend stripping and reckless borrowing. But there is a way out
Deep-sea mining will mean vast destruction we can’t predict – to produce minerals we don’t need, according to the CEO of the Environmental Justice Foundation
A new waste strategy was drawn up by the Government in 2018 but, five years on, there are no delivery dates for it, according to a new report by the independent spending watchdog
The UAE, reliant on producing and exporting heavily polluting fuels, is likely to oppose the transformative measures required to incentivise nations to move away from new oil and gas production
We can no longer prevent the extinction of many species – but will this provide the wake-up call we need?
Labour’s abandonment of its green prosperity plan is emblematic of an economy that has slumped to the bottom of the G7 in mobilising investment
The Government is expecting taxpayers to pay through their fuel bills for the transition to zero use of fossil fuels but has given no indication of the extra cost