I don’t envy politicians trying to talk to constituents about climate change. It’s undoubtedly one of the most crucial challenges for modern politics. But, when you’re trying to earn a living and get the kids to school, climate change can seem a remote, theoretical thing.
So this summer, when Green Alliance arranged sessions for three MPs to talk community energy with their constituents, it was great to see such enthusiasm and engagement. We talked about how communities could set up renewables projects, how local street-by-street schemes can help overcome fuel poverty, and how all this helps people to understand climate » Continue Reading.