Victoria Seabrook

About

Victoria Seabrook writes about climate change, the criminal justice system, and social justice. She is news editor at independent local newspaper Hackney Citizen and co-editor of Prison Watch UK.

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A team of experts including Professor Brian Cox tore apart the arguments made by climate science deniers and discussed the implications for UK climate action in the wake of Brexit during a discussi...
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American climate science denying pressure groups the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) and the Heritage Foundation joined forces with British campaign group the Taxpayers’ Alliance (TPA) at th...
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Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision to omit the Paris climate deal ratification or any environmental issues from her opening speech at the Conservative Party Conference has been called “worrying”...
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The Conservatives have been left the only major political party in the UK to back fracking, after Labour on Monday announced it would introduce a ban if it wins the next general election. Shadow e...
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Future carbon emissions to be released from our already 'unlocked' fossil fuel reserves alone would take us beyond the 2°C warming threshold, research by Oil Change International (OCI) has found. ...
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A British diplomat has come under fire for celebrating Europe's newest coal plant, in spite of UK government efforts to phase-out coal on home turf. Environmental campaigners have called it “incom...
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I’d wondered what to expect from this small group of climate science deniers, but the array of pamphlets laid out in the entrance hall gave me a very big hint. ‘Volcanoes rule’, said one. ‘United ...
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Clean technologies are already cheaper, on average, than the incumbent fossil fuel technologies, and the advantage is widening, argued Anthony Hobley, chief executive of Carbon Tracker. “Renewable...
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Environmentalists are celebrating a decision by central government on Thursday to intervene in plans for an open cast coal mine near Druridge Bay which could see the proposal blocked on climate cha...
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Brexit could usher in an opportunity for more radical policies on climate change, food systems, and habitats, argued the Green Party’s EU relations spokesperson. Speaking at the Green Party Autumn...
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A team of experts including Professor Brian Cox tore apart the arguments made by climate science deniers and discussed the implications for UK climate action in the wake of Brexit during a discussi...
on

American climate science denying pressure groups the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) and the Heritage Foundation joined forces with British campaign group the Taxpayers’ Alliance (TPA) at th...
on

Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision to omit the Paris climate deal ratification or any environmental issues from her opening speech at the Conservative Party Conference has been called “worrying”...
on

The Conservatives have been left the only major political party in the UK to back fracking, after Labour on Monday announced it would introduce a ban if it wins the next general election. Shadow e...
on

Future carbon emissions to be released from our already 'unlocked' fossil fuel reserves alone would take us beyond the 2°C warming threshold, research by Oil Change International (OCI) has found. ...
on

A British diplomat has come under fire for celebrating Europe's newest coal plant, in spite of UK government efforts to phase-out coal on home turf. Environmental campaigners have called it “incom...
on

I’d wondered what to expect from this small group of climate science deniers, but the array of pamphlets laid out in the entrance hall gave me a very big hint. ‘Volcanoes rule’, said one. ‘United ...
on

Clean technologies are already cheaper, on average, than the incumbent fossil fuel technologies, and the advantage is widening, argued Anthony Hobley, chief executive of Carbon Tracker. “Renewable...
on

Environmentalists are celebrating a decision by central government on Thursday to intervene in plans for an open cast coal mine near Druridge Bay which could see the proposal blocked on climate cha...
on

Brexit could usher in an opportunity for more radical policies on climate change, food systems, and habitats, argued the Green Party’s EU relations spokesperson. Speaking at the Green Party Autumn...