Take aviation. “We’re getting a grip on this today. This was something where I was out of line with different folks. But in the previous year, people have ceased believing that I’m a crazy not flying everywhere. They begin by being admiring and then they start thinking’Oh God, I will have to begin doing that’. We’ve reached there, it’s really reassuring.”
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Molly Scott Cato can barely contain herself. Having spent more than 30 years as an activist at the ecology and the sustainability movement, the Green MEP to the area feels the UK is beginning to appreciate the scale of this climate emergency. “People are suddenly waking up to it, which is very exciting for someone like me who has been banging on about that for years,” she states.