I don’t think that we serve our children or planet well giving in to the counsel of despair. Tackling it is more akin to an engineering challenge – one we know we can do.
The right to protest is an important part of our democracy. But this right is not absolute.
Extinction Rebellion and Just Stop Oil use a tactical handbook written by a true fanatic, and an effective response must recognise this.
In Surrey, we see middle-class activists cause great damage and disruption before getting let off the hook.
His condemnation for the methods of Extinction Rebellion highlights how Labour plans on appealing to those frustrated by the Government.
With his handsome 2019 majority, the Prime Minister may struggle to blame Labour for a limp response.
For starters, Khan – London’s Police and Crime Commissioner as well as its Mayor – seems more interested in climate change than crime.
Too many on the Right see it as their job to pretend that action on climate change must be watered down or opposed.
The British are deluged with sanctimonious propaganda about the need to save the planet, and China goes on burning coal.
Once motorists feel empowered and informed with guidance from police forces, drivers will soon put an end to this disruption.
There is nothing on the right to match the networks developed by groups such as Extinction Rebellion or Momentum.
Broken glass. Tons of rubbish. Forcing the police to use helicopters. The irony is not lost on me on the harm to the environment.
By pursuing Net Zero without being honest with the public about the sacrifices involved, the Government is emboldening these activists.
The Government’s new measures for foie gras and pig farmers are a great step for animal rights.
The fourth piece in a ConHome series this week on the Prime Minister’s Reset Moment – and what should follow from it.