Does the Conservative manifesto threaten access to environmental justice?

In what has been dubbed the ‘climate election’, many environmental campaigners have been pleasantly surprised by the seriousness with which all the main political parties are treating issues such as biodiversity and the low carbon transition.

by Simon Pickstone
Campaigners outside the Royal Courts of Justice during the judicial review of the government's Heathrow expansion policy. Photograph: Wiktor Szymanowicz/Getty Images
Campaigners outside the Royal Courts of Justice during the judicial review of the government's Heathrow expansion policy. Photograph: Wiktor Szymanowicz/Getty Images

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