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Plans to slash emissions at Britain’s largest steel plant cause unease

Tata Steel wants to close polluting blast furnaces in Port Talbot, Wales, but employees worry that their jobs will go, too.
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Sunak’s new oil and gas licences are ‘moral and economic madness’

By announcing hundreds of new oil and gas licences, the prime minister, Rishi Sunak, has become a “dangerous radical” pursuing “moral and economic madness”.

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Toxic Heat: 13m Brits say climate change a serious global threat ‘out of control’

Millions of Britons fear that climate change is now a serious global threat which has spiralled out of control, a new poll revealed recently.

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Stewart Lee: Europe burns while the Tories’ net zero plans are set to go up in smoke

Rishi Sunak needs to understand that investing in green initiatives is a lot cheaper than flying all his hedge fund manager mates to Mars.

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Britain’s bees waking up weeks earlier due to climate change may pose risks to crops, scientists say

Bees in Britain waking up weeks earlier due to warming climate may threaten the pollination of crops such as apples and pears, according to a new study.

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Sunak U-turn on wind farms in England draws wrath of green Tories

Rishi Sunak is facing mounting criticism for putting politics above the fight against climate change, amid clear signs that ministers are backtracking on plans to allow more onshore windfarms in England before a general election.

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Britain planning to overhaul planning to meet net zero targets

Britain is planning to overhaul the country's planning system to make it easier to install overhead cables and pylons, the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero said on Sunday, a move to help the government reach its net zero targets.