Cameron’s invoking of the Green Investment Bank in defence of his government’s environmental record is ironic given the limitations placed on it by his government.
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UK Youth Climate Coalition’s Adam Dyster argues that we have everything to gain with a sustainable and green economy.
In advance of a Left Foot Forward event on green growth, Professor Paul Ekins outlines the path to a flourishing green economy.
Barnet residents entitled to a ‘green’ parking permit for low emission vehicles now have to pay more than people with more environmentally unfriendly cars.
Tweet By Hannah Martin and Graham Thompson from No Dash For Gas This week in Sussex, we’ve been reclaiming the power. At our six-day camp, we’ve shared skills, discussed complex environmental and social issues and crucially, taken direct action by shutting down the Cuadrilla shale oil drilling site in Balcombe. Part of our campaign involved […]
TweetLewis Coyne is a member of SERA: Labour’s Environment Campaign. He writes here in a personal capacity. On Tuesday the Green MP Caroline Lucas was released on bail following her arrest in the West Sussex village of Balcombe. Lucas had taken part in Monday’s protest against the exploratory drilling undertaken by fracking company Cuadrilla, who […]
Natalie Bennett, leader of the Green Party, argues that David Cameron’s desperation to “sell” fracking to a reluctant nation is making him look like a second-hand car salesman with a real clunker on his hand
As expected, the spending review is a very mixed bag for sustainable transport. While some funding for buses has been saved, and already-announced investment in the railways safeguarded, the government made a big play of new roads, setting itself on a collision course with environmental campaigners.
If Ed Miliband want to differentiate Labour from the Tories, it could start by showcasing its environmentally friendly economic policies.