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
Conservatives have passed a suite of laws targeting Extinction Rebellion and Just Stop Oil over the past two years.
Is it any surprise Conservative politicians and media rush to back North Sea gas and oil given their funding?
OECD countries are continuing to pour tens of billions of pounds into fossil fuel projects, despite their obligations to switch to clean energy sources
Critics say fossil fuel companies are abusing a regulatory vacuum in green finance
Mark Temnycky explores the consequences on global food supplies of what appears to be yet another example of the Kremlin’s ecological terrorism
Kids in one of London’s poorest boroughs, Newham, are struggling to breathe. So why is the London Mayor pushing ahead with a new road tunnel that could make the situation even worse?
A new report reveals that the Ministry of Defence has made no real progress on reducing the carbon footprint of its military bases in the UK
Britain is ‘strikingly unprepared’ to face the escalating consequences of inadequate action on climate change
Kate Bermingham reports on how the law is being used to make up for climate change failure, as three major cases head towards the ECHR
Rachel Donald talks to scientists and activists who are turning to protest because of the gate-keepers in the media who refuse to cover their research
Simon Speakman Cordall talks to the fishermen of Tunisia about the impact on their livelihoods as the Mediterranean becomes the most polluted sea in the world
There are concerns that the project will tie Uganda, Tanzania and East African countries to fossil fuels at the expense of a robust, diverse and lasting green economies
A number of barristers are speaking out against the ‘cab rank’ rule, under which advocates have to accept any case that lands on their desks, faced with their concerns about the climate emergency
Prolonged inaction on climate change has left those at the bottom of the socio-economic ladder exposed to the fluctuations of an unpredictable global market, writes Thomas Perrett
Law Society says solicitors in England and Wales can ‘take into account the likely impact’ of their work upon the climate crisis when taking on new clients
With mounting Ofcom complaints, Julian Petley looks at the ‘person’ behind the controversial new broadcaster and its biases toward climate change
Rishi Sunak’s new list of green announcements merely shows how far the UK has fallen behind other nations on reaching Net Zero, reports Thomas Perrett
“I’ve always known that it was the right thing to do, and paying this price is the right thing to do as well. It had to be done,” one ex-prisoner tells Josiah Mortimer Insulate Britain protesters locked up for defying a judge’s ban from speaking about climate change and fuel poverty have told Byline Times…
The 120 lawyers signing a ‘Declaration of Conscience’ are slammed by Daily Mail as ‘woke’
The Conservatives’ inaction to alleviate droughts in England is indicative of the party’s wider ideological failings, writes Iain Overton
Andrew Taylor-Dawson reports on £30bn plan which relies on controversial ‘carbon capture’ and appears to be dependent on developing a deregulated Welsh freeport
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
Many countries fail to protect, or even actively exploit, their coastal marine reserves – how will new initiatives be different?
A new report casts further doubt over the Government’s Jet Zero strategy and its inherent contradictions, reports Andrew Taylor-Dawson
The climate crisis is at the top of young people’s agenda but political parties are failing to meet their concerns. Is electoral reform the only hope of change?
Though gas prices have fallen they are expected to rise again this Summer, so Europe can waste no more time diversifying its energy market, says Mark Temnycky
Adaptation to the effects of climate change remains ‘overlooked’, according to a new report by the Government’s independent advisory body on tackling the issue