Amidst big promises from Boris Johnson and other government figures on the environment in the aftermath of COP26, Katie Jones examines the government’s own environmental policies to see if they’re up to scratch.
Despite innumerable green pledges, the finance industry is still deeply in bed with fossil fuels and worsening climate change. Isaac Bettridge investigates the state of fossil financing and what is being done about it.
Following the COP26 summit, Siobhan Bahl investigates the link between architecture and climate change and assesses the dangers of greenwashing.
Catherine Stone discusses COP26 and the Glasgow Climate Pact, and what effects it may have on climate change.
Stanley Murphy-Jones discusses the recent Cop26 climate summit and what we can expect the nations of the world to do in the coming years.
On Thursday 4 November, the BBC teamed up with Exeter College to host a young people’s climate change debate to be broadcasted on BBC Radio Devon.