Two Just Stop Oil activists deny criminal damage after King Charles waxwork smeared with cake

Two Just Stop Oil activists deny charge of criminal damage after waxwork of King Charles was smeared with chocolate cake at Madame Tussauds Tom Johnson and Eilidh McFadden slapped the Monarch waxwork with cake   Johnson and McFadden denied criminal damage at Westminster Magistrates  They will face a trial back at the same court on January 31 … Read more

ROBERT HARDMAN: Dirty? No, this new colliery will be a proud town’s ray of sunshine 

ROBERT HARDMAN: Dirty? No, this new colliery will be a proud town’s ray of sunshine By Robert Hardman for the Daily Mail Published: 00:08 GMT, 8 December 2022 | Updated: 01:26 GMT, 8 December 2022 There is nothing dirty about coal as far as Whitehaven is concerned. Rather, it defines this proud old town and … Read more

Britain still gives mega-rich China £51.7million in foreign aid despite promises to end the handouts

Britain still gives mega-rich China £51.7million in foreign aid despite promises to end the handouts UK sent China £51.7m aid last year despite pledge to end ‘indefensible’ handouts Cash covered climate change, reducing illegal animal trade and human rights Last year then foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, vowed to slash aid to China 95% By Jason Groves … Read more

Anthony Albanese selfie with French President Emmanuel Macron

Excusez moi! Anthony Albanese attempts to smooth things over with French leader Emmanuel Macron with a cheeky selfie at the G20 – after Australia torpedoed $5b submarine deal Anthony Albanese in selfie amid Australia’s strained relationship with France Prime Minister met with French President Emmanuel Macron at G20 summit The former coalition government dumped French … Read more

Republican states take on ‘treasonous’ and ‘woke’ green firms

Conservative state treasurers are going to battle against ‘woke‘ Wall Street investment firms they say are squandering American pensions by focusing on climate change when they should be centered on rate of returns.  In a meeting of GOP state financial officers in Washington, D.C.,  Republican treasurers laid out the strategy for their new battlefront against … Read more

Rishi Sunak insists paying climate change ‘reparations’ to worst-hit nations is ‘not right approach’

Rishi Sunak insists paying trillions of pounds in climate change ‘reparations’ to worst-hit nations is ‘not the right approach’ following row over ‘loss and damage’ talks at Cop-27 summit Rishi Sunak tells MPs payment of climate ‘reparations’ is ‘not the right approach’  PM is quizzed over prospect of taxpayers’ being billed for trillions of pounds … Read more

Nord Stream methane leak will NOT increase global warming, study says

Methane gas that leaked from a damaged Nord Stream pipeline in September will not increase global warming, a new study claims.  The leaks will have a ‘negligible’ effect on warming, despite releasing 220,000 tons of methane into the air, academics say.  This is relatively ‘tiny’ and too small to affect humans compared with emissions from … Read more

Australia violated human rights of Torres Strait Islanders to protect against climate change: UN

UN rules Australia violated the human rights of Torres Strait Islanders by not protecting ‘their right to enjoy their culture’ against climate change UN says Australia violated Torres Strait Islanders in relation to climate change A 2019 complaint was lodged by eight Australian nationals and six children Complaint states the Morrison government failed to make … Read more

Independent Dai Le REFUSES to support Labor’s climate change bill

The independent who’s NOT toeing Labor’s climate line: MP refuses to vote for carbon bill because it won’t help poor people Independent Dai Le has refused to support Labor’s climate change bill  She said she is more concerned about the cost of living in western Sydney  Ms Le beat Kristina Keneally to win the formerly … Read more

UK government to only publish seven of the 24 environmental indicators for England this year

Environmental campaigners have accused the UK government of ‘cowardice’, over its decision to publish less than a third of the metrics it uses to track the health of nature in England this year. Keeping a close eye on indicators of biodiversity is an essential part of monitoring and managing threats, like climate change. The Department for … Read more

Bill Gates pledges $20bn to his charitable foundation to help solve the world’s ‘big problems’

Bill Gates has pledged to donate $20billion to his charitable foundation so it can increase its annual spending and help solve the world’s ‘big problems’ and ‘reduce suffering’. In the face of global setbacks including the pandemic, the war on Ukraine and the devastating impact of climate change, Gates said he was making the donation … Read more

The Mail’s Planet Friendly Garden at Hampton Court festival features species that tackle pollution

Gardeners can have a dramatic effect on climate change by adopting small but significant changes to the way we garden. By planting trees, hedges and shrubs that are proven to store carbon, we can clean up the air and encourage a diverse range of wildlife in our urban spaces.  Simple practices like letting the grass … Read more

Cabinet Office has 700 civil servants working in Human Resources, audit finds

Revealed: Cabinet Office has 700 civil servants working in Human Resources alone – with the total even ‘alarming’ senior aids The Spectator found 700 civil servants working in HR in the Cabinet Office alone There are also 80 civil servants still working on Cop26 which ended in November  The Prime Minister ordered the Civil Service … Read more