Governments are on the brink of an agreement that could cut half a degree off global warming. Can the world pull together like it did in 1989?
In today’s runaway world, we can’t aspire to leave a monument lasting 1,000 years, but it would surely be shameful if we persisted in policies that denied future generations a fair inheritance and left them with a more depleted and more hazardous world.
In 2010, there was little to suggest that Ukip would comprehensively surpass the Greens. While Lucas won the seat of Brighton Pavilion, Nigel Farage came in third when he tried to oust John Bercow in Buckingham.
Lockheed Martin has announced that it already has a small-scale fusion energy generator. In ten years’ time, it says, it will have developed a reactor large enough to power a city and small enough to sit on the back of a truck.
The Mutual Defence Agreement is a US-UK nuclear deal that lays the foundation for replacing our Trident nuclear weapons system – it must be exposed and challenged.
These two world leaders are laughing while the world burns up - and they don't look like stopping any time soon.
The Tory MP and former cabinet secretary Owen Paterson voices his highly sceptical views on climate change and energy.
Where are the Lib Dems on green issues and how they are looking to differentiate themselves from the Conservatives and Labour on these?
The dangers of unsustainable irrigation practices, starkly illustrated.
17th September, 2014. London, UK.
Labour is facing a test of Ed Miliband's commitment to climate change ahead of its party conference later this month.
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