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Rishi Sunak

Climate warning

The UK must fight climate change, not "max out" fossil fuels!

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is implementing a stunning reversal of climate-friendly policies, with new plans to “max out” oil production. After 18 months, he even refuses even to appoint a new chair for the country's committee on tackling climate change.
Please write PM Sunak at rishi.sunak.mp@parliament.uk or call him at 020 7219 5437 and tell him the folly of his climate policies, and that he must do better!




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  • winnie nguru

    9 w

    Is he listening to himself even? How is that possible? You cannot run from the truth, the truth here being you need to phase out fossil fuels!

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    • Chris Ndungu

      9 w

      The UK should be on the forefront to fight climate change. It ought to serve as a good examples to other nations.

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      • We Don't Have Time

        9 w

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        • Tabitha Kimani

          9 w

          Rishi doesn't deserve to be a leader if he can't focus on the well being of the future generations.

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          • Jane Wangui

            9 w

            @tabitha_kimani The number of times he has received climate warning is alarming.Has he no conscience ?? What would make him do the right thing??

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          • Joseph Githinji

            9 w

            Sad when our leaders choose to ignore mitigation measures to fight climate change which is a major enemy to our environment.

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            • George Kariuki

              9 w

              Petitions, organized protests, or engaging with local representatives might have a broader impact.

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              • Jehannes Ros

                9 w

                @george_kariuki it can but this more about politics within the governing party. Investments into sustainability are much more needed. Public and private can do that.

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              • Jehannes Ros

                9 w

                Not all is bad, yet it is a slow done to the end. I think many countries forget it's about what they all do together that counts, national is just a start. UK need to accelerate on more areas. The build out of Nuclear is happening but can be much more supported outside commercial investments. To give such projects a boost from the start. Brexit hasn't helped at all. And the partially the Russian war is an explanation.

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                • Boniface Kuria

                  9 w

                  @jehannes_ros Well put. Tackling climate change is a concerted effort. Everyone should play their part

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