Be it a loft insulation drive or a lower price cap, there are many ways to help – but action must be swift and extensive
Big oil companies are making record profits while consumer energy bills soar. We spoke to finance reporter Jasper Jolly to find out why
The right way forward is not telling people to do less with less. It is becoming a more productive society once again. Building infrastructure. Investing in nuclear and gas – the only power that can do the job. Mastering...
Tens of thousands of Britons have made a pledge to the Don’t Pay campaign. It’s a last resort, but we’ve no other choice
This is carbon imperialism where Western leaders, who have embraced climate superstitions, control what kind of energy people in Africa use.
Tax on oil and gas companies described as ‘missed opportunity’ to tackle climate and cost of living crises
He said 12-13 women in their late 30s and 40s from the Sundarbans area who were pushed into sex slavery have been rescued over the last four months. And this could just be the tip of the proverbial iceberg.…
Officials admit they did not conduct equality assessment before launch of heat and buildings strategy
With 40% of us likely to fall into fuel poverty as price rises hit, what if those with the broadest shoulders took the load?
However, the situation is far more serious for populations of developing countries who have a much smaller buffer against life-threatening deprivation.
By Vijay Jayaraj – February 1, 2022 Many have heard about the advocacy for insect food to fight climate change. And about vegan lab meat, promoted as an environment-friendly substitute…
Analysts predict a further 14% jump for spring 2022 on top of next month’s scheduled £139 rise
Rising gas prices in a climate emergency is not the time for the rigid application of free-market principles
A debate is raging amongst climate economists, about whether we need a drastic reduction in global population, or whether simply making everyone poor will suffice to save the planet.
The government needs to stop subsidising high-carbon heating and use the extra revenue to support low-income homes, writes Libby Peake of the Green Alliance
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