Britain has shifted its position and now backs a moratorium on commercial deep-sea mining, after criticism from scientists, MPs and environmentalists.
Rishi Sunak's first and likely only King's Speech abysmally failed to tackle the climate crisis, writes Paul Atkin.
Twenty-five of the UK’s leading climate and environmental justice groups have called the Labour Party leadership’s refusal to support a ceasefire in Gaza a “disastrous moral abdication.”
"Firefighters are the frontline of flood response. The last few days have laid bare the damage austerity has done to our ability to protect communities from this growing threat."
"Labour needs an election platform that is capable both of winning and instigating necessary economic transformations like public ownership of energy."
Sam Mason argues for a planned climate transition with real justice at its heart for workers, communities, and planet.
A range of left voices have challenged Rishi Sunak's Net-Zero climb-down, the Prime Minister attempts to conflate climate action with the climate crisis.
With the impact and urgency of the climate crisis increasingly evident, we're witnessing a conscious backsliding of climate commitments by the UK government.
Unlike Education Minister Gillian Keegan, many of us in the climate and trade union movements live with simmering guilt that we are not doing enough to save our planet.
The left, and the broad labour movement needs to fully embrace the aims, and the warnings, of the extra-parliamentary climate movement, writes Fraser McGuire.