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Posts Tagged: Climate change
Jack Richardson: Critical minerals. We can and should offer a better model than China’s one of extraction at any cost.
There are also diplomatic and geostrategic opportunities for Global Britain to lead on developing human and environmental standards.
John Redwood: How we can get the public – as well as the world’s biggest polluters – on board with the eco revolution
Central to the whole debate is the question of people’s buy in to what the transition means for their own lifestyle.
We’re closer to a greener, cleaner, safer planet, but the real success of the summit will only be determined in the years ahead.
Instead of flying off to climate change conferences, the council leader should sort out the poor results on recycling.
WATCH: Downing Street press conference. Johnson and Sharma update the public on what’s been agreed at COP26.
“I can tell you there was one hour where I really thought we weren’t going to get that deal over the line”, says the latter.
Green arguments against having children seem pointless when economic conditions have made it near impossible.
Our choice will be between the de-growth agenda of the left, or one of innovation, creativity and technological advance.
The Government should apply the same energy it has towards achieving Net Zero on Getting Housing Done.
Not just bricks and wood, but fabric. Councils can reduce carbon emissions by delivering development in this way.
Local producers can market their goods to residents, where the profits can be reinvested in the community.
Ben Roback: COP26 may be the only saving grace for Sleepy Joe’s presidency – in a thoroughly chaotic year
He returns to a deeply divided America, with his popularity on a clear downward trend.
Even adults are now being offered guidance on everything from climate change to whether they should wear a face mask.
A majority agree that global warming is a reality. But there is scepticism about “net zero” targets and alarmist declarations about an “emergency”.
It would be desirable to see an informed and open-minded ongoing debate about global warming, rather than being dictated to.