Why environmental pledges don't go far enough

They’ve declared a climate emergency, promised to be net zero by 2050 and pledged money for climate aid. But the UK government could do better. Here’s why.

10/07/2019 16:59updated: 10/07/2019 18:34
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  • Brian H.
    11/07/2019 16:39

    Nothing good about the climate crisis the scientist continue to prove its real and it's happening It's time to do your bit and stop denying At least think of the younger generation. Also 2050 is out of date it's 2030 now....

  • Perry B.
    11/07/2019 12:20

    2050.........why bother to announce it at all then 😡 what an absolute joke in the face of any and all who are striving to keep the ecosystems of this world alive.

  • James P.
    11/07/2019 11:13

    People have good intentions and we need to address some problems. The trouble is that most campaigns have been highjacked by the Deep state whose UN Agenda 20/30 is for world depopulation through a NWO. And global warming is one of their ploys that does not stand up to scientific evidence. They use corrupt UN stats made up by a commission not of scientific knowledge. Research before you blindly follow false flags. Always follow the money look into the people backing these campaigns! These are two groups backing this campaign: Common purpose. Tavistock Institute. And remember if it sounds too good to be true it probably isn't.

  • Steve M.
    11/07/2019 11:05

    They have but they'll all be dead by 2050 so wont have to answer why they didnt achieve it...🤦‍♂️

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