At SERA, we believe that tackling environmental problems is key to delivering opportunity and fairness. From climate change to community energy, waste to transport, SERA is interested in the most important environmental and social challenges facing Britain – challenges that only Labour administrations can tackle.
Leanne Werner is a Labour Councillor in Southwark and a SERA member. Over the last 16 months, Leanne has chaired a scrutiny commission looking at ways to improve air quality in Southwark and meet overall climate targets. In honour of Clean Air Day 2020, Leanne writes for SERA on what a clean air strategy should look like at the local level.Continue readingAfter promising to phase out the badger cull, the Government now plans to kill more badgers than ever before. Writing for SERA's blog, Labour's Shadow Environment Minister Daniel Zeichner warns the cull must come to end. Photo: Mark DavisonContinue reading“The Future Arriving”: Keir Starmer puts security for people and the planet at the heart of his vision for Britain. Photo by Rwendland.Continue readingJoin SERA at 'Labour Connected', this year's online conference in place of Labour Party Conference. We'll be hosting four events and some of the most important environmental champions in the Labour Party, in Westminster and across the country.Continue readingSERA members Tony Allan, Charlie Clutterbuck, Tony Colman and Richard Kuper here set out an in depth analysis of our food system and explore how Labour policy must develop from and improve on the 2019 manifesto to meet the demands of Britain's escalating food crisis. Photo: Rene Cortin, license link.Continue readingRegular contributor, Victor Anderson, here dives into the Agriculture Bill's journey through Parliament and explains how the UK might face lower food standards after Brexit Photo: Zorba the Geek / A sea of ripe wheat / (cropped for SERA website)Continue reading
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