Column / Investigation
The Climate Emergency
Byline Times' coverage of the consequences of, and responses to, the climate crisis
Britain’s Top Lawyers Sign Climate Declaration Refusing to Prosecute Activists
The 120 lawyers signing a ‘Declaration of Conscience’ are slammed by Daily Mail as 'woke'
In Deep Water: As Europe’s Drought Worsens, the Government Remains Silent on Water Company Failures
The Conservatives' inaction to alleviate droughts in England is indicative of the party's wider ideological failings, writes Iain Overton
Can Plans to Decarbonise Heavy Industry in South Wales Deliver?
Andrew Taylor-Dawson reports on £30bn plan which relies on controversial ‘carbon capture’ and appears to be dependent on developing a deregulated Welsh freeport
EXCLUSIVE Save Our Statues: But Cut Down the Trees
After 110 trees were felled overnight in Plymouth, Katherine Denkinson looks at the city's climate-change-sceptic head of Council and his links to the Tufton Street network of lobbyists
‘Cabinet Reshuffles Won’t Fix this Government’s Net Zero Failures’
Thomas Perrett looks at the Whitehall changes over environmental policy, and sees a lot of deckchairs being re-arranged which fail to address the climate emergency
UN Ocean Treaty: ‘A Step Forward, but Achieving Action will be the Real Test’
Many countries fail to protect, or even actively exploit, their coastal marine reserves – how will new initiatives be different?
‘Courts of Conscience and the Climate Emergency’
Tom Hardy explores the role of the judiciary in combatting the climate emergency as activists are prohibited from mentioning the issue in their defence in court
Aviation Growth and Decarbonisation: A Circle You Can’t Square
A new report casts further doubt over the Government's Jet Zero strategy and its inherent contradictions, reports Andrew Taylor-Dawson