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.
Clearly public transport is the answer, investing in new track and new trains, and ensuring that the investment is effective – Kerry Abel, TSSA.
Ian Lavery shows why Labour must be bold on climate and why working class people must not be left out of the discussion.
If we leave them in power, the collective interest of the Tory ruling class puts us on the road to extinction, writes Paul Atkin, Greener Jobs Alliance.
Local climate activists from Green New Deal Rising staged fourth ‘sit-out’ in front of Ian Murray’s HQ to demand bolder climate commitments from Labour ahead of the next General Election.
“ULEZ is about improving air quality. Air pollution is either responsible for, or a major contributory factor to, over 4000 deaths annually in Greater London alone.”
"The failure of private profit-seekers to take the action the climate requires to reach net zero carbon emissions is stark" - Beth Winter MP