British secret agents have begun “green spying” on the world’s biggest polluting countries to ensure they stick to their climate promises as British Airways pledges to power 10 per cent of its flights with sustainable jet fuel by 2030. Meanwhile, financial companies could be ordered by the Treasury to add ‘climate labels’ to their products, president Joe Biden commits to cutting US carbon emissions in half by 2030 and the UK’s overall carbon footprint is down 17 per cent following the Covid-19 pandemic. It’s the Good With Money weekly newsbrief.
MI6 ‘green spying’ on world’s biggest polluters
British secret agents are “green spying” on the world’s biggest polluting countries to make sure they keep their climate change promises, the head of MI6 has revealed.
Richard Moore said the Secret Intelligence Service had begun to monitor large industrialised countries to support what he described as the “foremost international foreign policy agenda item for this country and for the planet.”