We must do something about global warming urgently, demands lifelong conservationist 80-year-old Stanley Johnson. “We are certainly not on the right track now.” Johnson knows what he is talking about. The former Conservative politician is international ambassador for the Conservative Environment Network, a group of 100 MPs and peers, and is also the father of British prime minister Boris Johnson.

Current emissions are taking us over 3 °C, rather than keeping us below 1.5 °C – the ‘safe’ limit of climate change and the goal countries agreed upon during the 21st Conference of the Parties in ...


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