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Conservation nation

Nature is facing unparalleled threats. Under Conservative Governments this decade, there has been progress on nature conservation,

Don’t have a cow man

Agriculture is on the cusp of an historic change that could see billions access meat at affordable

The power of flexibility

The cost of electricity generated by solar and wind has dramatically declined. In most regions renewables now

Carbon risk and resilience

Over half of the world’s least developed and lowest income countries are currently exploring for oil and

Does the new Clean Air Strategy go far enough?

Good intentions but will the implementation let the strategy down?

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By Ben Caldecott; Eamonn Ives

Nature is facing unparalleled threats. Under Conservative Governments this decade, there has been progress on nature conservation, at home and…

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By Dr Madsen Pirie; Jamie Hollywood

Agriculture is on the cusp of an historic change that could see billions access meat at affordable prices, while reducing…

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By Antony Froggatt; Daniel Quiggin

The cost of electricity generated by solar and wind has dramatically declined. In most regions renewables now represent the majority…

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By Siân Bradley; Glada Lahn; Steve Pye

Over half of the world’s least developed and lowest income countries are currently exploring for oil and gas or hoping…

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Good intentions but will the implementation let the strategy down?

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By Ben Caldecott; Eamonn Ives; Mark Holmes

In collaboration with the Conservative Environment Network. The natural world is facing unparalleled threats. The fragility of the environment not…

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There are several common elements between illegal logging, the illegal trade in timber, and the illegal wildlife trade. Both flourish…

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By Johanna Lehne; Felix Preston

As a key input into concrete, the most widely used construction material in the world, cement is a major contributor…

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By Sam Hall; Philip Box

Ten years ago, the UK passed the world’s first Climate Change Act that inspired other countries to adopt similar climate…

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There are several common elements between illegal logging, the illegal trade in timber, and the illegal wildlife trade. Both flourish…

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