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After a century defined by a global rush to control oil, we may soon see a scramble to dominate decarbonisation.
This moment must be used to build a new economic consensus founded on justice, care and sustainability.
A long-running campaign to classify environmental destruction as a crime is finally gaining ground. But who is behind Stop Ecocide and why is the world starting to listen?
How an initial lone school sit-in galvanised a new global movement.
The decline in actively-managed funds is making it far harder for the world to break its addiction to fossil fuels.
At some point, the government will have to show ambition and bravery in introducing measures to meet its legal obligations.
Urban versus rural tensions are building after years of favouritism, powerlessness and blame.
No government can be tough on the climate emergency without being tough on flying.
The near-capsizing of a volunteer-run RNLI lifeboat, which was attempting to rescue a surfer, is a reminder of the UK’s increasing dependence on charities for essential services.
Green Tories are fond of reminding people that Thatcher was the first sitting global leader to warn about climate change. They must recover her spirit.
World leaders have been told they need to reduce carbon emissions to nil by 2050 to avoid environmental disaster. But their plans fall dramatically short of the lifestyle changes needed to save the planet.