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In the 2017 general election, Theresa May's Conservatives were the only party to support fracking despite its unpopularity nationwide.Tags: frackingPreston New Road

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Greens Lead Cross-Party Call for Brexit Environment Bill

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BP Greenwashes Image By Pushing ‘Blatant Advertising’ on Schoolchildren

The methods may change from country to country, but it’s clear that fossil fuel companies are desperate to push their message onto kids.Tags: BP Plc

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On June 23 2016, 46 million voters merrily skipped to the polls to have their say about whether the UK should remain in the...

Queen’s Speech Reiterates Support for Paris Agreement, But Leaves Most Climate Policy Up-for-Grabs

“My government will continue to support international action against climate change, including the implementation of the Paris agreement.” So said the Queen during her speech today...

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