Tony Juniper

Tony Juniper is an environmental campaigner, writer and independent sustainability adviser.

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If I were Prime Minister: I'd tackle inequality with a ‘Green New Deal’

Our series in the run-up to the General Election – 100 days, 100 contributors, but no politicians – continues with the former executive director of Friends of the Earth, UK

The destruction of ancient woodland is non-negotiable, Mr Paterson

The Environment Secretary's proposals for 'biodiversity offsets' raise serious issues

Hoping for the best about climate change just isn’t good enough

Those who benefit from reckless behaviour have huge influence over governments

This dash for shale gas should be Plan Z, not Plan A

The Government say that a technological revolution based on government getting out of the way of progress is what we need. They couldn’t be more wrong

GM giant Monsanto experiments with worm-resistant corn

GM crops? It's business, as usual

The hungry and their planet trail behind profit

Messing with natural habitats only makes flooding worse

Restoring natural habitats could be a good way to reduce the frequency and severity of floods, so why don't insurance companies help pay?

We shouldn’t simply try to change people’s values when it comes to the environment

For more than four decades the front lines of environmental campaigning have been located in the worlds of politics and technology. New laws driving cleaner and more efficient ways of doing things have been at the core of the environmental agenda, and up to a point it has worked.

Tony Juniper: Green innovators – and why we need more of them

While efforts to tackle climate change bring a host of major challenges, there are opportunities too. This fact is not least demonstrated by the entrepreneurial individuals who are coming up with so many innovative emissions-busting solutions.

Letter: Wildlife still in peril

Letter:

Letter: Genes and food

Sir: Richard Dawkins blames the media for "whipping up ignorant hysteria" over genetically engineered foods. But the fact remains that genetic engineering poses potential threats that have yet to be fully explored.
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