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The Climate Emergency

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Tackling Climate Change is the Best Way to Defeat Putin

, 20 April 2022
The West has an incredibly powerful weapon against Russia which it has so far refused to use, argues Mike Buckley.

‘Close to Useless in Every Way’: The Government is Pursuing Economic and Climate Disaster

, 28 March 2022
Thomas Perrett reviews Rishi Sunak’s Spring Statement and how it affects the UK’s climate change commitments

EXCLUSIVE Who Owns the Fracking Giant Cuadrilla?

, 23 March 2022
There is some mystery over the individuals behind the UK’s sole fracking company, as the Government considers a U-turn, reports John Lubbock

EXCLUSIVE ‘Violent’ Climate Activists Next Global Threat, says Lobbying Group Funded by Russia and Big Oil

, 23 March 2022
What do NATO and Putin have in common? A mortal fear of climate protestors rooted in their systemic fossil fuel addiction, reports Nafeez Ahmed

Big Oil Firms Use War in Ukraine to Expand Fossil Fuel Production

, 8 March 2022
Fossil fuel firms have found Russia's invasion a convenient opportunity to undermine efforts to decarbonise the economy, reports Thomas Perrett

Government’s Climate Policy Chaos Exposed by Two New Reports

, 4 March 2022
The UK’s net zero ambitions are stalling under the Conservative Party’s leadership, reports David Hencke

COP26 Pledges will have Catastrophic Consequences, says Ex-NASA Climate Chief

, 16 February 2022
Professor James Hansen believes the inadequate policies agreed at November's UN climate change summit will lead to the planet breaching its 1.5°C danger zone this decade

Sunak’s Inadequate Response to the Energy Crisis Reflects the Treasury’s ‘Business As Usual’ Approach on Climate Change

, 15 February 2022
The Treasury’s role in not forestalling investment in renewable energy sources is a key reason the Government cannot address the root causes of the cost of living crisis, says Thomas Perrett

A Melting World: Cycling from Bristol to COP26 with a Block of Ice

, 10 February 2022
Jet McDonald made an epic dash across Britain to emphasise how time is running out for action over climate change. How did the people he met on the way react?

EXCLUSIVE Polluters Left to Mark their Own Homework Due to Environment Agency Cuts, Warns Whistleblower

, 7 February 2022
Andrew Kersley speaks to an insider about how austerity is damaging the regulator, as it battles against unprecedented sewage dumps

Rishi Sunak’s Energy Delusion

, 4 February 2022
The Chancellor’s suggestion that a future of dirty, expensive energy is inevitable and that the public must simply accept it is false, says Nafeez Ahmed

Dark Money and the Climate Crisis: The US Legal Charity Setting Back Environmental Protections

, 2 February 2022
The Federalist Society claims credit for creating a US judicial system sceptical of climate change – with 'dark money' backers linked to the fossil fuel industry and Donald Trump

Behind the Green Curve: Britain’s Missing Housing Revolution

, 1 February 2022
The UK’s green housing initiatives lag way behind our European counterparts, explain Jon Bloomfield and Patrick Willcocks

EXCLUSIVE Carbon Captured: The Fossil Fuel Industry and the UK Government's ‘Net Zero’ Advisory panel

, 27 January 2022
Nafeez Ahmed looks at the way powerful oil and gas lobbies could be hijacking climate change policy at the expense of taxpayers 

Will Conservative Chaos Halt the Green Agenda?

, 19 January 2022
With focus on the climate emergency once again fading from headlines, Tom Burke assesses the achievements of the COP26 summit and how prioritising green policies could be a casualty of the Prime Minister’s current political turmoil

Decarbonising Transport: Why the UK Needs Change On All Fronts

, 22 December 2021

How the Financial Sector Bankrolls Climate Chaos

, 17 December 2021

Boris Johnson’s Kodak Moment on Climate Change

, 12 November 2021

COP26: Soaring Rhetoric But Few Commitments

, 9 November 2021

EXCLUSIVE How ExxonMobil Captured COP26

, 3 November 2021

Hot Air: Why Johnson's COP Looks Likely to Flop

, 2 November 2021
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