No green fudge
THE overwhelming message from our poll of Sun readers on climate change is clear.
You are already doing your bit to save the planet — and now you want world leaders to follow suit.
A significant majority appear to back Boris Johnson over his plans to transform the environment Credit: AP
The numbers of people taking measures to reduce their carbon footprint, increase recycling and reduce waste has increased dramatically in the last two years.
White Van Men up and down the country are getting behind the wheels of electric vehicles and even cutting down on their bacon sandwiches.
And a significant majority appear to back Boris Johnson over his plans to transform the environment.
Government cannot — and should not — do it alone.
As this paper has been saying for years, the keys to the Green Revolution lie in individual effort and, above all, private enterprise.
The will for change behind both is growing by the day and providing a unique opportunity.
Now it is up to leaders to join together on Sunday at COP 26 to seize this moment.
It would be a tragedy if the summit were to end in fudge or failure.
THE Sun has been demanding more cash to plug the shocking gap in funding for services for disabled children as part of our Give It Back campaign.
Rishi Sunak has now listened to desperate families and will pledge £2.6billion to free up 30,000 more places at specialist schools.
Rishi Sunak has listened to desperate families and will pledge £2.6billion to free up 30,000 more places at specialist schools Credit: Alamy
There is much still to do to ease the appalling burden on struggling parents.
But it’s a wonderful start.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson hails Peppa Pig and quotes Trading Places in eco speech