A senior Tory has said it is "inhuman" to discuss climate change after a set of deadly hurricanes ripped through the Atlantic.
An unprecedented set of hurricanes has torn through the Caribbean and the US over the last week. Experts agree that it's impossible to say the hurricanes were caused by global warming, but that it has an undoubted effect on the intensity of such weather.
Caroline asked the government whether it would be working to address the danger of climate change, after it said it would send resources to help British overseas territories that have been hit by Hurricane Irma. But Foreign Office minister Alan Duncan told Ms Lucas that it was a "misjudgement" to talk about global warming after the deadly storm, during questions in the House of Commons.