TOBIA CHARLES: What can past examples of market interventionism teach us to ensure the Green New Deal is a success?
Green issues are creating more concern than ever before with action needed across a number of fronts. We know the government must act now, but what should this look like in practice? Stephanie Hilborne, Alan Whitehead MP, Noga Levy-Rapoport and Farhana Yamin weigh in.
TOBIA CHARLES: In Labour’s long-term energy strategy, remunicipalisation is the message that matters.
ALAN WHITEHEAD MP: A Labour government would look both outwards and inwards to tackle climate change.
THERESA GRIFFIN MEP: Steps are being taken to tackle energy poverty across Europe and the UK must play an active role, now and post-Brexit.
As British Gas shareholders gather at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference centre in Westminster today for the Centrica AGM, so too will protesters from over 20 anti-austerity, anti-privitisation and environmental groups.
Under the banner of 'Bin British Gas: Put Power in...