Crucial success as the government suffers a series of defeats in the House of Lords over some of the most dangerous parts of the policing bill. But the fight isn’t over. MPs still need to approve some of the latest changes when the Bill returns to the House of Commons in February. Find out what you can do to keep up the momentum.
Ahead of our court case on 7 December challenging UK Export Finance’s decision to fund a mega gas project in Mozambique, we spoke to our friends at Justiça Ambiental (JA! or Friends of the Earth Mozambique) to understand the impact this project has already had on local communities – and what to expect if it goes ahead. Read the first-hand account by Anabela Lemos, the Director of JA!.
You’d think the definition of fuel poverty was simply struggling to afford energy bills or insulation to keep your house warm. Find out what the current definition of fuel poverty in England is and who it impacts and how.
After two long weeks of negotiations at COP26, the United Nations Climate Talks, the Glasgow Climate Pact was signed. Unfortunately, it didn’t deliver the ambitious, bold and justice-led solutions to the climate crisis that we needed. We unpack the promises made and compare them to what’s needed to tackle the climate catastrophe we’re facing.