British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has announced a review of “anti-car” measures aimed at improving air quality and reducing traffic.
Sunak has also announced a massive expansion of oil and gas drilling licenses in Britain's North Sea.
Sunak's moves have been met with criticism from environmental groups, who say they will undermine the U.K.'s climate goals.
Some political analysts say Sunak's moves are a sign of a growing backlash against green policies in the U.K.
The U.K. is not the only country where there is a growing backlash against green policies.
In Australia, there has been a backlash against renewable energy targets.
The backlash against green policies could have a significant impact on the fight against climate change.
If the backlash against green policies continues, it could make it more difficult for countries to meet their climate goals.
We also need to communicate the benefits of green policies more effectively to the public.