While the UN continues to highlight the urgent need to tackle climate change, the British Government continues to vilify activists argues Stuart Spray
CJ Werleman considers how alarming environmental developments have been sidelined again as the world deals with the Coronavirus crisis
The COVID-19 pandemic has briefly cut global emissions, but could countries around the world simply return to business as usual in their attempts to repair the economic, political and social consequences of the virus once it has eased?
Mat Hope and Zak Derler from DeSmog expose how the groups trying to undermine environmental action are also most likely to call the global pandemic a hoax.
Murdoch-owned tabloids control nearly 70% of Australia’s newspapers – providing the country’s right-wing political establishment with the space to deny the consequences of climate change.
With more concerning climate emergencies unfolding in the past week in Australia and Greenland, CJ Werleman asks: what will it take for people to wake-up to reality?
New analysis by DeSmog reveals the Prime Minister as the Conservative MP who has received the most donations from individuals and companies actively lobbying against action on climate change.
Why do irrefutable scientific data and observable changes in climate patterns still not compel the US to take action on climate change?
CJ Werleman on why The Conversation’s decision to ban climate change sceptics from its site is a move which must be followed by other media outlets.
CJ Werleman on the psychological effects of climate change, its deniers and why younger generations are right to be so disturbed by the future planet that awaits them.
Iggy Ostanin’s forensic work tracks early Russian hacking and interference in the climate change debate, which had an immediate effect on Donald Trump.
CJ Werleman says climate change activism can overcome the generational divide by focusing less on doom and instead identify the corporate culprits.