On Tuesday, the Government set out a raft of plans aimed at getting Britain on track to meet its climate change objectives.
Our country needs protection against climate change, and Labour will always protect it.
When this goal was first formulated, scientists regarded it as the threshold for hazardous climate change.
For the rest of Britain, Boris Johnson has committed just £four billion to green schemes.
The Cop26 climate change summit to be held in Glasgow in November is widely considered key to bringing climate change under control.
We want to help cut emissions by working with big nations like Australia and China on Cop26 and beyond.
This makes environmentalists so angry.
Cop26 must offer these ambitious nations a new path, different from that pursued in industrialized countries by the fossil fuel-dependent model.
Could not rinsing dishes b4 the dishwasher be your #onestepgreener ahead of #COP26? If that’s too hard a habit to kick, pick something else. At COP26 we have big asks for the world on cash, coal, cars and trees but the micro matters too. Change is coming. https://t.co/2f23IyBBPW
— Allegra Stratton (@AllegraCOP26) July 27, 2021