Climate crisis: Boris Johnson ‘too cosy’ with vested interests to take serious action

15th Apr, 2021

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Prominent figures in climate action are concerned about the government’s ‘uncoordinated’ and ‘worrisome’ actions in the run-up to Cop26. Photograph: Jeremy Selwyn/AP


Boris Johnson’s government is “too cosy” with vested interests in business to take strong action on the climate crisis, the author of a report on “the polluting elite” has warned. Peter Newell, a professor of international relations at the University of Sussex, said: “We are never going to have change while these actors are so close to government. The government is not willing to take on these interests as it has close ties to big industries, including fossil fuels. There is a definite reluctance to take them on.”

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