Rich Collett-White

About

Rich is Deputy Editor of DeSmog’s UK team. He joined the organisation in December 2018 as a UK-focused investigative reporter, having previously worked in communications for the climate charity Operation Noah. He has since pursued investigations into climate misinformation, government policy and industry lobbying, which have been covered by the Guardian, Independent and Times. He graduated from Oxford University with a French and Russian degree in 2015, after which he volunteered with grassroots climate activist groups and worked as a freelance translator.

Analysis
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DeSmog takes you through the green credentials of each and every cabinet minister.

DeSmog takes you through the green credentials of each and every cabinet minister.
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Donations made during the second quarter of 2022 came from interests in aviation fuel, regional airports and a major airline.

Donations made during the second quarter of 2022 came from interests in aviation fuel, regional airports and a major airline.
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The former Brexit minister, who has been at the forefront of efforts to oppose UK action on climate change, is re-entering government after four years.

The former Brexit minister, who has been at the forefront of efforts to oppose UK action on climate change, is re-entering government after four years.
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Advocates of climate action fear Conservative Way Forward's relaunch will galvanise the right-wing campaign being waged against Britain’s net-zero efforts.

Advocates of climate action fear Conservative Way Forward's relaunch will galvanise the right-wing campaign being waged against Britain’s net-zero efforts.
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Nadhim Zahawi brings a long history of working with the sector into a key climate role in the British government.

Nadhim Zahawi brings a long history of working with the sector into a key climate role in the British government.
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Eight members of the Net Zero Scrutiny Group endorsed a report by Howard Cox opposing the UK’s phase-out of petrol and diesel cars.

Eight members of the Net Zero Scrutiny Group endorsed a report by Howard Cox opposing the UK’s phase-out of petrol and diesel cars.
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The countries involved produce only a small proportion of global oil and gas supply, but see the world-first diplomatic effort as a starting point.

The countries involved produce only a small proportion of global oil and gas supply, but see the world-first diplomatic effort as a starting point.
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Indigenous groups led the march amid criticism that they have been side-lined from the official COP26 summit.

Indigenous groups led the march amid criticism that they have been side-lined from the official COP26 summit.
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Campaigners said the news demonstrated a “classic case of the revolving door” between “big polluters” and governments.

Campaigners said the news demonstrated a “classic case of the revolving door” between “big polluters” and governments.
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Denmark and South Africa were the only exceptions among the 35 country pavilions at the UN climate summit, and the latter’s stall is sponsored by coal companies.

Denmark and South Africa were the only exceptions among the 35 country pavilions at the UN climate summit, and the latter’s stall is sponsored by coal companies.