“I blame global warming.” This was the first thing Tony, a neighbour in my street in York, said to me on Sunday.
The only way to protect our drinking water, national parks and climate from fracking is to stop fracking everywhere. In the face of Government further weakening fracking rules, we need to redouble our efforts to keep the UK frack free.
The December 2015 floods in Cumbria are a shocking reminder of how even a rich, well-prepared country like the UK is at the mercy of extreme weather. The costs – emotional and financial – will be huge.
Our campaigner Rachel Kennerley is in Paris, reporting from the climate talks. This is her diary of the first 4 days
Alyson Austin couldn’t quite believe it as she took the phone call: the councillors had voted to derail the proposed opencast coal mine that she’s been fighting against for years.
How some business trade associations are undermining climate policy. Ben Fagan-Watson is a Research Fellow at the Policy Studies Institute (PSI) at the University of Westminster and lead researcher of the report Lobbying by Trade Associations on EU Climate Policy.