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Heritage Foundation Registers as EU Lobbyists for Just One Month

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Theresa May Appoints New Climate Minister As Wait for Policy ‘Stability’ Continues

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May’s Cabinet Reshuffle: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly for Climate Change

After a tumultuous few days cobbling together a government with the DUP, and trying to persuade the country that she can continue to provide...

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Despite the government’s best efforts to boost the industry, fracking remains an expensive business in the UK. Fracking company Cuadrilla operated at a £3.4m loss...

Let’s Take A Closer Look at the DUP’s Climate Science Denial

Theresa May’s general election gamble has seen a little-thought-of and highly controversial party thrust into the spotlight: Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). Having failed...

Is There Hope for the Climate in Scotland After Election Shake-Up?

For the UK Conservative party, Scotland will be seen as one of the few successes of an otherwise miserable 2017 general election campaign. Despite the loss...

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