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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 Jun 24
🌎 phasing out coal by 2025 🌍 first major economy to legislate for net zero emissions 🌏 world's biggest producer of off-shore wind energy 🇬🇧 The UK is leading action to tackle climate change |
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Caroline Lucas Jun 24
You don't call 999 in an emergency & ask for a fire engine to come in 30 yrs time 🌍 🔥 My short speech in today's parliamentary debate about the Government's timetable
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Chris Stark Jun 20
This is a very interesting step - especially if it helps us to understand the big question of where the public consensus lies on the various steps to achieve . will support where we can.
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 Jun 20
The UK is the first major economy to legislate for net zero emissions, which will end our entire contribution to global warming by 2050. We want other major economies to do the same 🌏 RT if you want to stop climate change
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GeorgeMonbiot Jun 18
If the government takes its own policy seriously, it should announce that this new gas field will not be touched.
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Simon Clarke MP Jun 24
Really good debate in the Commons this evening as we legislate for emissions by 2050. Unity of purpose from fellow speakers including , , , , and . A genuine climate milestone.
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Ben Pile Jun 24
Replying to @clim8resistance
Crazy MP says "we ned to get public buy-in for ", reading from a list of platitudes. Isn't the time to seek the public's approval BEFORE you make far-reaching policy?
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UK Prime Minister Jun 21
In the first six months of this year, we’ve gone more hours without coal power than we did in the whole of 2018! 🎉 But we want to go further, totally phasing out coal by 2025 and achieving emissions by 2050 🌍
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Ben Pile Jun 24
On the government's estimate, the target will cost an amount equivalent to roughly half the NHS budget. There is good evidence that it will cost 4-10 times that amount. It is inconceivable it won't affect the NHS budget, and other things.
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Defra UK Jun 20
It’s ! ⛅️ ⛅️ Here are 8 simple steps you can take to protect yourself and the environment 👇
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Greenpeace EU Jun 22
SHAME ON YOU! Polish activists put Poland's two climate villains in one picture. Bełchatów coal plant, Europe's biggest polluter, and Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki, who this week torpedoed EU plans to achieve emissions by 2050.
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Mary Creagh 2h
As MPs legislated for carbon to tackle , ministers make solar more expensive. Beyond parody. HMRC pushes steep VAT increase for new solar-battery systems | Solar power | The Guardian
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Doing Things Differently 10m
Replying to @dtdchange
POLL in thread ^^^ [last chance] UK forms citizens’ assembly on climate change. What would you tell them? 1. Net Zero by 2040 2. Net Zero by 2030 3. Skip Brexit, we have bigger problems 4. Current action is fine by me...
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Dave Keating Jun 20
Breaking: Climate discussion finished! FAILURE to get unanimous agreement on emissions by 2050. There will be a footnote to say all but 3 countries back the target. Not good news for the
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Mary Creagh Jun 19
is costing the Earth. 🌍 Today I asked the PM why she rejected all 18 of our cross-party recommendations to help make the fashion industry .
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Chris Skidmore Jun 24
Today the House of Commons passed the milestone legislation to commit the U.K. to carbon emissions by 2050. One of the proudest moments of my parliamentary career to speak at the despatch box as minister introducing it. My speech:
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Christine Allen Dench 11m
Super excited for today’s lobby! Am joining 16,000 people to tell our MPs to put words into action on Loads of supporters too!
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Ben Pile 35m
She claims the £trillion 2050 target is not enough - it should be more than 100% & sooner & therefore more expensive. & she wants us to stay in the EU, the rules of which prevent lower rates of VAT. How does she think net zero will be paid for? Not too bright, is she.
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Greenpeace UK 17h
This week, one thing we know: if the UK government believes there is a it certainly isn’t acting like it. 🚨 Here’s a tale of words and not deeds. About the UK government’s climate commitments and climate action (or lack of). Read on… 1/8
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UK Prime Minister Jun 20
Did you know that the UK is the first major economy to legislate for emissions? 🌍 This , we're helping to protect our world for future generations
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