DAN CARDEN MP: The next Labour government will put justice, solidarity and fairness into practice on a global scale.
MELANIE SMALLMAN: Commitments need to be followed by actions. So how will Labour find the policies that meet its ambitious carbon reduction targets and attract voters to the party too?
NADIA WHITTOME: A Labour government that is committed to restructuring and decarbonising our economy to tackle the climate emergency must put trade unions and workers at the heart of its approach.
CLARE HYMER: For decades in the global north, environmentalism has been framed as a white, middle-class preoccupation. This framing couldn’t be further from the truth.
ED MILIBAND MP: The climate change battle is one we can’t duck because of the disaster that confronts the world if we do not act. But it is also an opportunity to reimagine our world. The Labour party can and should seize this moment.
CAT HOBBS: To tackle the disaster of water privatisation and learn the lessons of the old models of public ownership, we need new forms of ownership and oversight,