The Energy Charter Treaty is another area where our parliament needs to reclaim the right to make its own laws without fear of costly legal action.
He would do more good making the case for nuclear and for domestic energy production than just handing out hundreds of millions of pound of taxpayers’ money.
The Prime Minister tells COP27 that rising energy prices “are a reason to act faster” on climate change
Speaking the COP 27 climate summit, the former Prime Minister says he does not see any sign of a reduction in the scale of the destruction of the world’s forests.
The Shadow Climate Secretary adds that “it will make no difference to bills” and “take years to come on stream”.
December’s UN’s Biodiversity COP 15 would be an excellent opportunity to set an example for others to follow and halt the alarming loss of wildlife that is threatening to deprive future generations of the species that we consider common today.
A pro-green agenda can complement a pro-growth one rather than contradict it, and the two can work together hand in hand – making progress on levelling up as they do so.
Truss’s administration, whether fairly or not, was perceived to have backtracked on some of the party’s key environmental commitments.
He has been “consistent on this issue, beginning in his teenage years”, says US climate envoy.
We shouldn’t assume that Tory common sense protects British conservatism. The fact is that rightwing PC — though in a different form to the US version — is making in-roads in this country too.
There is a lot of rhetoric about boosting vocational training, but we need to do more to deliver it in practice.
His condemnation for the methods of Extinction Rebellion highlights how Labour plans on appealing to those frustrated by the Government.
They offer cost-effective interventions which also benefit local ecosystems and communities.
One MP compared the hold of the CEN over Conservative MPs to the Sparrows from Game of Thrones.