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Net-Zero plans may be paused

Net-Zero plans may be paused Nearly 1-in-6 Tory voters have the desire for Boris Johnson’s successor to put the net-zero push on hold, with more attention on the cost-of-living crisis. That’s according to a poll by YouGov, which has discovered that only 30 percent of Labour and Liberal Democrat activists think the same move should…
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The Girls Have It. Lead by Penny Mordaunt

The Girls Have It. Lead by Penny Mordaunt: UK Drivers (FairFuelUK Supporters) Want Penny Mordaunt for PM, followed by Liz Truss and Suella Braverman. Men are Way Behind FairFuelUK Driver’s poll as to who should be the next leader of the Country and the Tory Party, put 3 females in the lead. Penny Mordaunt is…
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Energy Security Bill brought into Parliament today

Energy Security Bill brought into Parliament today: Announced as part of the Queen’s Speech to shift the UK to cleaner energy, the Energy Security Bill is going to be introduced by Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng into Parliament. The government has said that this Bill, containing 26 measures, will deliver £100 billion in private sector investment…
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Finnish minister says, nuclear is required for net zero

Finnish minister says, nuclear is required for net zero Europe can’t become net zero without the help of nuclear.. That’s the message conveyed by Finnish Minister of Economic markets, Mika Lintilä at the Nordic Nuclear Forum in Helsinki. “Nuclear power plays a key role in clean energy production and Finland‘s aim to reach carbon-neutrality by…
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Rishi calls for unity for energy crisis fight

Rishi calls for unity for energy crisis fight: Rishi Sunak, Chancellor of the Exchequer has called for the G20 nations to cooperate more closely to develop a more resilient energy market to volatile prices and supply chain problems. The Chancellor also repeated the role that richer nations cannot ignore after COP26 whilst speaking at the…
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‘Glasgow Climate Pact must not be words on a page’

‘Glasgow Climate Pact must not be words on a page’: Alok Sharma, the President of COP26, is set to deliver a speech urging countries to follow through on their commitments made at the Glasgow climate summit last year. He will declare that the world must ensure that the Glasgow Climate Pact, which has been signed by…
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‘Climate change causing thousands to flee their homes’

‘Climate change causing thousands to flee their homes’: Climate change is clearly affecting not only the planet but also people’s lives, as evidenced most recently by mass displacement in Cameroon. According to the UN, fighting within communities in northern Cameroon has forced tens of thousands of people to evacuate their homes, exacerbating poverty, instability, and…
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Boris Johnson disappointed by disregard on climate goals

Boris Johnson disappointed by disregard on climate goals: Boris Johnson has admitted his disappointment that not all climate change targets at COP26 were obtained. The Prime Minister spoke in the City of London at the Lord Mayor’s Banquet & even though he confessed his frustrations, he emphasised that he will not give up and will…
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Nations do not want to cut fossil fuels ahead of COP26

Nations do not want to cut fossil fuels ahead of COP26: According to a purported document leak, certain countries are attempting to modify a crucial scientific study on how to address climate change. According to BBC News, the leak reveals that Japan, Saudi Arabia, and Australia are among the countries pushing the UN to reduce…
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Fossil fuel produce over whats vital to end global warming

Fossil fuel produce over whats vital to end global warming: Countries’ plans to get rid of fossil fuels by the close of the decade are way too slow to maintain global temperatures at a safe position. This is proclaimed by the production gap report from the UNEP, showing that global governments plan to create over…
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