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Climate change is on everybody’s lips, but the enormity of the challenge can leave people at a loss over what they can do to stop it. Composer Penny Squire has written a brass quintet called ‘Walking With Nature’ that seeks to inspire listeners with hope to take action over climate change.

Tom Hazell explains how the Green Party would transform the UK's school system
Green Peer Natalie Bennett explains how the House of Lords has responded to the protests in Hong Kong
It's not just seaports that face crash-out Brexit chaos but airports too – and the people around them
Brighton Green councillor Martin Osbourne calls on students to register to vote for the upcoming general election
Jenny Bates, campaigner at Friends of the Earth, explores the impacts of an expanded Heathrow
Catherine Rowett, Green Party MEP for the East of England, explains why she will be protesting against the arms fair
Green peer Jenny Jones delivered a Green alternative to the Queen’s Speech in the House of Lords
Dr Karen Bell discusses how to bring the working class on board with environmentalism