Fiona Harvey

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28 11 2020 | 08:10

The key areas of Boris Johnson's 'green industrial revolution'.

How can the objectives of the 10-point plan be achieved? Boris Johnson’s £12bn plan for a “green industrial revolution” spans renewable energy, nuclear power and countryside restoration. However,…

20 11 2020 | 16:47

What could a good green recovery plan actually look like?

What do governments across the world need to do to shift economies away from fossil fuels? What does a green recovery look like? That is the question governments around the world are considering as…

19 11 2020 | 09:43

Revealed: Covid recovery plans threaten global climate hopes.

Exclusive: analysis finds countries pouring money into fossil fuels to fight recession The prospect of a global green recovery from the coronavirus pandemic is hanging in the balance, as countries…

10 11 2020 | 10:11

World is running out of time on climate, experts warn.

In wake of Covid, leading figures call for bold green measures to boost economy. World leaders are running out of time to forge a green recovery from the Covid-19 crisis, with only a year to go…

19 10 2020 | 07:41

We've had so many wins': why the green movement can overcome climate crisis.

Leaded petrol, acid rain, CFCs … the last 50 years of environmental action have shown how civil society can force governments and business to change. Leaflets printed on “rather grotty” blue paper.…

19 10 2020 | 07:37

Campaign seeks 1bn people to save climate – one small step at a time.

Count Us In urges actions such as eating local, making clothes last or buying an electric car. If a billion people around the world were to take a few small steps and make them into permanent…

04 10 2020 | 18:40

Young people resume global climate strikes calling for urgent action.

Greta Thunberg leads protests as Covid rules restrict numbers compared with last year. School pupils, youth activists and communities around the world have turned out for a day of climate strikes,…

13 04 2020 | 07:08

Wildlife destruction 'not a slippery slope but a series of cliff edges'.

New study finds ocean ecosystems likely to collapse in 2020s and land species in 2040s unless global warming stemmed. Wildlife species will die out and natural ecosystems collapse in the near future…

20 03 2020 | 08:14

Cop26: Boris Johnson urged to resist calls to postpone climate talks.

Expert says early cancellation due to coronavirus would damage hopes of progress. Nicholas Stern, one of the most prominent global experts on the climate crisis, has urged Boris Johnson to resist…

12 03 2020 | 07:19

Analysis shows climate finance not reaching most vulnerable.

Funding is intended to help countries protect their people from the climate breakdown People in some of the world’s poorest countries are receiving as little as $1 each a year to help them cope with…

05 03 2020 | 06:54

Vital Cop26 climate talks could be derailed by coronavirus.

Preparations for Glasgow summit already hampered by travel restrictions Concern is growing among campaigners that vital UN climate talks will be derailed by the coronavirus outbreak, while…

23 02 2020 | 11:27

'There are no excuses left': why climate science deniers are running out of rope.

Guardian environment correspondent Fiona Harvey recalls being heckled at the House of Commons and explains how attitudes to climate have shifted in 10 years The shouted words rang out across the…

04 12 2019 | 08:56

COP25: youth ‘leadership’ contrasts with government inaction, says UN chief.

António Guterres, the United Nations secretary general, contrasted the “leadership” and “mobilisation” shown by the world’s youth on the climate emergency with the lack of action by governments,…

30 10 2019 | 07:36

'There are no excuses left': why climate science deniers are running out of rope.

Guardian environment correspondent Fiona Harvey recalls being heckled at the House of Commons and explains how attitudes to climate have shifted in 10 years The shouted words rang out across the…

29 10 2019 | 13:12

Brexit may expose Britons to more pesticides – report.

Fear that fall in food standards after UK leaves EU regulatory system could allow farmers to use more chemicals. Brexit may expose people to increasing levels of pesticide residues in food, a report…

19 09 2019 | 08:02

Deforestation damage goes far beyond the Amazon.

West Africa and Congo basin are hotspots for forest loss but receive lower global attention.