Only one month after Rishi Sunak’s announcement of the UK’s first-ever Green Gilt, have the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) published a highly-anticipated Energy White Paper. For those of us not versed in the inner-workings of parliamentary activity;

“Drain the swamp!” It was Donald Trump’s campaign metaphor for purging everything bad in Washington DC. But he got his metaphor all wrong. Swamps are good. And, while Trump may not believe much in climate change, the UN climate conference

Creating meaningful opportunities for nature in our urban environments E.O. Wilson, who did a lot to disseminate biophilia in the USA in the middle of the twentieth century, described biophilia as “the innately emotional affiliation of human beings to other living

Limiting communication, modifying findings, restricting funding and self-censorship for fear of punishment are some examples of science suppression. These dangerous yet prolific acts occur to the benefit of some but at the expense of everyone — especially the environment.  A recent

Extinction Rebellion (XR) has officially had its first round of organized protests since the “Autumn Uprising” in 2019 brought large parts of commuting London to a standstill. The latest protests kicked off on Tuesday September 1 with nearly two weeks

U.S unilateral sanctions have been widely criticised for their wide-reaching and detrimental effects on the people that they often claim to benefit – and no time more so than now. Studies show that they have been largely ineffective in achieving

Candidates for the 4th annual Pritzker Award are artists, leaders, and inventors under the age of 40 fighting for a more sustainable future. They include a college dropout who invented a solar-charging robot, the daughter of two first responders who created

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