No one is doing climate engagement well enough - can Britain step up?

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Recent UK local elections showed candidates can succeed when they talk about how climate action can improve daily life, explains Nameerah Hameed from Climate Outreach

People in Britain care about climate change and want to tackle it as a society. Our research from 'Britain Talks Climate' reveals the UK public is fractured but not deeply polarised, with climate change...

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