Who actually wants new oil pipelines? Chris Saltmarsh | 12th November 2018 Indigenous Environmental Network's lawsuit blocked construction of Keystone XL. Towards a 'Global Deal for Nature and People' Tony Juniper | 9th November 2018 There is public demand for action on global warming, now we need political will. Why Lilley voted against climate action Brendan Montague | 9th November 2018 Peter Lilley MP was among just five Parliamentarians to vote against the Climate Change Act in the Commons in 2008. Here's why. Lawson's climate denial political comeback Brendan Montague | 8th November 2018 Fakenomics: The global economy was in a death spiral and Britain was at the centre of the financial tornado. The Paris climate gang is breaking up Sara Stefanini | 6th November 2018 A group of countries banded together to shape the global climate pact in In 2015 - but political turmoil is pulling the alliance apart ahead of the next climate conference. Climate consciousness requires political pressure Teresa Belton | 5th November 2018 Rutger Bregman and Steven Pinker have missed the point. Effective resistance to global temperature rise will need a fresh narrative. IPCC bets on the renewables revolution Jim Green - Nuclear Monitor | 2nd November 2018 Nuclear accounts for a small fraction of energy in the IPCC's low-carbon scenarios. Renewables do the heavy lifting. HSBC financing and Vietnam climate injustice Chris Saltmarsh | 29th October 2018 HSBC claims to exclude coal but they've left the door open on extraction in Vietnam. Tory MP calls for fossil fuel divestment Marianne Brooker | 29th October 2018 Luke Graham is first Scottish Conservative to call on MPs' Pension Fund to drop investments in oil. 'Are you interested in going to jail?' Gail Bradbrook | 26th October 2018 Climate campaigners Extinction Rebellion are asking how far people are willing to go to protect our environment. System change means dismantling patriarchy Dipti Bhatnagar Syeda Rizwana Hasan | 26th October 2018 Gender justice is fundamental for meaningful environmental justice. Looming deadline for solar feed-in tariff Staff Reporter | 24th October 2018 The UK Government has confirmed that from April 2019 it will axe payments for generating electricity from solar panels.