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There’s no political pressure to act on climate. So how are MPs responding?

Tewkesbury flood flickr cc_ Cheltenham Borough CouncilScientists are clear that urgent action is needed on climate. At the Paris Summit in 2015, world leaders agreed to limit rises in global temperatures. And yet climate change barely troubles domestic politics. Since then, I’ve interviewed over 20 members of the UK parliament, and one message has emerged with striking clarity: the electorate are not asking their representatives to act. Read more