The transition to green isn't black and white - will the move to eco-friendly be just as harmful as before?

Many questions still remain

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Gemma Woodward of Quilter Cheviot

Gemma Woodward of Quilter Cheviot

While we are encouraged to invest in eco-friendly and sustainable energy, many people question if the move will be just as harmful as before.

While hardly renowned for his climate activism, the prominent Brexit campaigner and Conservative MP for Wellingborough, Peter Bone, struck a chord when he sought advice from COP26 president Alok Sharma...

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