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New polling from The Associated Press-NORC indicates that extreme weather, including a summer that brought dangerous heat for much of the United States, is bolstering Americans’ belief that they’ve personally felt the impact of climate change.
Naming and shaming can be effective to get countries to act on climate according to a new study.
In the UK, Sir Ed Davey, the leader of the Liberal Democrats is set to use his party conference speech to take a swipe at Rishi Sunak over eco policies.
Caroline Lucas, the UK’s sole MP from the Green Party accuses the Prime Minister of 'Alice in Wonderland' approach to net zero, slamming his watering down of key climate policies, warning the government's new approach will 'slash investment in the green economy’.
And to round-off of hat-trick of opposition to Sunak’s announcement is an article written why Chris Skidmore MP “I’m a Tory MP, but I know Rishi Sunak’s claims about the cost of net zero are false”
Fish have been dying in parks across the English city of Birmingham creating fears over the impact of climate change.
The Netherlands branch of the Extinction Rebellion is suing the Dutch Government over hosing downs they received from police when they blocked the A12 motorway in The Hague.
Japanese car manufacturer Nissan has announced it will accelerate plans towards electrification by committing that all vehicles sold in Europe will be electric by 2030.