Friday November 22, 2019

We’re at a crucial moment for our climate - just ask any teen

Theresa May is way ahead of her global peers on this issue - just like our young people who don’t want to inherit a catastrophe

16th June, 2019

Al Gore in An Inconvenient Truth, his famous 2006 documentary on the climate change crisis PIc: Shutterstock

In 2050, will Theresa May be viewed as one of the most inept prime ministers in modern British history, or as a global leader on the key issue of the day, climate? Will this period in British politics be remembered for the prolonged parliamentary crisis over Brexit, or for Westminster’s global example in declaring a climate emergency, followed up by legislative action?

Perhaps the conventional narrative is wrong, and it is climate and not...

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