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EU Elections 2019: These Climate Science Deniers are now Members of the European Parliament

Read time: 7 mins
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The Brexit Party has swept to victory in the UK’s European Parliament elections, meaning a new large group of climate science deniers will soon be walking the corridors of Brussels and Strasbourg.

Richard Tice

Richard Tice

Credentials

  • Uppingham School. [1]
  • Quantity surveying and construction economics, Salford University. [1]

Background

Read time: 9 mins

Ann Widdecombe

Ann Widdecombe

Credentials

  • B.A. Latin, University of Birmingham. [1]
  • B.A. Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE), University of Oxford. [2]

Background

Read time: 6 mins

Denial and Dampening Ambition: Where do Europe's Right-Wing Populist Parties Stand on Climate Change?

Read time: 19 mins

With the European elections around the corner, populists and right-wing parties are gathering momentum and teaming-up into a pan-European alliance.

The alliance is being established around a common anti-immigration and eurosceptic ideology but nationalists parties have something else in common: opposition to climate action.

Research shows that dozens of candidates standing in the election are using climate science denial and anti-climate action rhetoric as a campaign strategy.

Annunziata Rees-Mogg

Annunziata Rees-Mogg

Credentials

  • Annunziata Rees-Mogg attended Godolphin and Latymer, a private girls’ school in Hammersmith, London. [1]

Background

Read time: 6 mins
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