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.
A Socialist Transport Network- the next Labour Government can build on the approach being taken in the Liverpool City Region.Cllr Liam Robinson chairs the Liverpool Transport Committee and MerseyTravel and is Liverpool City Region portfolio holder for Transport and Air Quality. He joins us for our discussion on green transport at Labour Conference in Liverpool alongside Shadow Transport Minister Rachael Maskell MP Find out moreContinue readingAndrea Grainger is an environmental campaigner and SERA member, guest writing for the SERA blog on a Green Jobs Guarantee and community development.Continue readingDespite the government's lack of action, Oxford City Council working with Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth show local Labour governments can make a real difference to tackle air pollution. Cllr Tom Hayes will be speaking at our clean air fringe event at Labour conference. Find out more hereContinue readingDebbie Leach, Chief Executive at Thames21 wrote for SERA's magazine New Ground recently on the the huge issue of wet wipes polluting the Thames. Although the new super sewer being built deep under London will help, there is still much politicians and industry could do to clean up the messContinue readingAndy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester writes exclusively for SERA on the plastic problem and his vision on making Manchester a plastic-free city. This article first appeared in SERA's publication New Ground in Summer 2018. New Ground is sent free to all SERA members but past issues are available for all to read online here.Continue reading
"LABOUR MUST PRESENT A POSITIVE AND INNOVATIVE VISION FOR AGRICULTURE WHICH IS SUSTAINABLE, HEALTHY AND WORKS FOR ALL” - KERRY MCCARTHY MPKerry McCarthy, Labour MP for Bristol East since 2005, member of the EFRA and EAC Select Committees, and Chair of the APPG on Agroecology, writes for SERA on the importance of the upcoming Agricultural Bill in determining the shape of the UK’s food and farming policy after Brexit.Continue reading
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