9 Articles by:

Eleanor Salter

Eleanor Salter is a writer and climate activist.

Nature for Everyone

Labour’s new Shadow Minister for Nature, Water, and Flooding brief is an opportunity to push radical policies – from the Green New Deal to land reform to rewilding – that both protect the natural world and make it accessible for all.

Why We Need the Right to Roam

The coronavirus crisis has seen many more people holiday at home this year, but vast private estates mean that only 8% of land in England is accessible – it’s time to fight for our right to roam.

The Tories’ Climate Chaos

The Tory government is trying to furnish its green credentials – but beneath the spin its response to the climate crisis is characterised by weak targets, insufficient funding and contradictory policies.

The Fake Transport Revolution

Far from fixing Britain’s broken transport system, the Tories’ much-vaunted ‘transport revolution’ doesn’t even cover their own cuts – and falls miles short of the transformation the country needs.