Anti-renewables campaigns fail as public support for clean energy remains rock solid

James Murray
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Latest government survey confirms 80 per cent of people support the use of renewables to meet the UK's energy needs

Hundreds of thousands of pounds has been spent on lobbying, shadily funded campaign groups have been formed, supposedly influential newspapers have run countless articles dismissing warnings from climate...

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