SERA - Labour's Environment Campaign

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At SERA, we believe that tackling environmental problems is key to delivering opportunity, economic security and fairness.

We've been fighting for environmental and social justice for over 40 years.

Founded in 1973 as the Socialist Environment and Resources Association, SERA is the only environmental group affiliated to Labour, and campaigns for the party to adopt ambitious environmental policies.

From climate change to community energy, we're passionate about tackling the most important environmental and social challenges facing Britain; challenges only Labour administrations can tackle.

As a membership organisation we act as a hub for red-green politics across the UK, with active local branches raising the profile of environmental issues in their area.

We hold events, run campaigns, publish new thinking and ideas, and work with partners across the Labour and environmental movements to shape the political debate.

We're run by a voluntary Executive Committee, as well as a permanent National Organiser, Adam Dyster.    

We're one of the 22 socialist societies affiliated to Labour, and are therefore represented on Labour's National Executive Committee and National Policy Forum.

Want to find out more about our work? You can sign-up for updates on our campaigns, and read our most recent blogs.