We must preserve our beautiful countryside – but we must also continue to find places to build homes where people can live. There has to be a balance.
I’m certain the change will yield many prizes, and chief amongst them must be taking back control of our own mountains, beaches, moors and marshes.
Rather than saving lives humps increase pollution – and thus cause more deaths.
Trump’s opposition to the climate change consensus will aid her aim of helping households which are struggling to pay their energy bills.
The second piece in our mini-series on the Autumn Statement, which takes place a week from today.
Better to engage instead with the huge opportunities that post-Brexit rural policy presents.
Low-carbon is a $6 trillion business. The Chinese economy is de-smogging fast. As a businessman Trump should follow the numbers.
We will have a pro-Leave President and may get a trade deal. But we face a threat to the security umbrella that has protected us and our neighbours since the war.
I’m reassured that his efforts so far reflect a continuation of Johnson’s successful policies for London.
The Bank has a crucial role to play both in our low-carbon economy and the wider industrial strategy.
We have to make the right decisions today to keep the lights on in ten years’ time, and nuclear is vital as we transition to clean energy.
The project is both a gift to the anti-nuclear brigade and testament to the industry’s failure to embrace cutting-edge technology.
She had a profound impact on the ownership, focus and language of the debate about climate change and global warming.
If you really want to preserve them, give people an incentive to farm them.
She shares Thatcher’s interest in “ordinary working people” – but without the overarching aim of shrinking the role of the state.