Could climate change be the top issue for voters at the General Election?

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A General Election is now set to take place in December | Credit: secretlondon123
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A General Election is now set to take place in December | Credit: secretlondon123

Climate policies looking set to play a key role in determining the next government, according to results of a new Opinium survey for ClientEarth

Given the groundswell of public demand for bolder climate action that has bubbled up thanks in part to Greta Thunberg, Extinction Rebellion and many others, it is perhaps no surprise to have seen green...

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