Here is a heartfelt, decent, educational documentary about the most important issue of our time – climate change – presented by A-lister Leonardo DiCaprio, who proves his own commitment to the cause.
The actor Leonardo DiCaprio has said he thinks that those who don’t believe in climate change should not hold public office.
It’s been three years since we’ve had new material from Sting – and while many would like to think his time has been spent crossed-legged in a Goan yoga retreat, the reality is quite the opposite.
Andrea Leadsom, the new environment secretary, supports foxhunting and once said she wanted to end farming subsidies.
“The biggest company you’ve never heard of” is a label regularly bandied around but is well-deserved by the global trading firm with a name more suited to a household cleaning product: Vitol.
Rex Tillerson, the boss of oil giant ExxonMobil, said cutting oil production was “not acceptable for humanity” as he fought off shareholders’ and activists’ attempts to force the company to fully acknowledge the impact of climate change on the environment and Exxon’s future profits.
Natalie Bennett is to step down as leader of the Greens this summer, after saying she believed she had established her party as a national force while acknowledging that she was not a “spin-trained, lifelong politician”.