"Epa, Epa, Eeeepaaaaa" – Grampa Simpson.
People need to be able to feel they can effect change in their own backyard before they can change the world.
The party should face a far more rigorous examination of its unscientific beliefs.
Many people use them interchangeably, but they mean subtly different things - yet when it comes to influencing public opinion, scientists should perhaps use the less-accurate one.
The nuclear weapons system is a red-line issue for the nationalist grassroots.
Countries like Germany, China and Japan are racing ahead in switching to renewable energy sources, while the UK continues to stubbornly stick to outdated nuclear power.
John Oliver, once of The Daily Show, and America's “Science Guy” Bill Nye show the world how to debate with climate-change deniers.
A new system of flood insurance for British households called Flood Re is due to be approved by the House of Lords today. But it fails to factor in climate change.
Fracking has a key role to play in securing both our energy supply and the nation’s economic well-being. Q&A with Sir Alan Rudge, president, ERA Foundation.
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