Lightening up Liverpool: Why we dropped sodium and embraced LED lamps

As 10:10 launch their 'Lighten Up' campaign encouraging councils to switch to LED, Cllr James Roberts writes about how Liverpool made the switch, saving the council millions of pounds in the process. Continue reading

Our education system must equip students with the tools to act on climate change

Shakira Martin, President of the National Union of Students, sets out why it's so vital that all students learn about sustainability. Continue reading

On the Frontline Against Fracking

SERA Executive Member Louisa Casson writes about her visit to Lancashire’s fracking protests this summer, and Labour’s role in defending communities at risk. Continue reading

Sadiq Khan: My Vision for a Greener London

As the capital's T-Charge comes into force, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan writes for SERA about why ambition on the environment is at the top of his mayoral agenda. Continue reading

Could building with wood help cut air pollution?

Paul Brannen MEP investigates the role that the construction industry - and wooden houses  - could have on the air we breathe. Continue reading

The Business of Becoming a Sustainable Nation

Ahead of the long-awaited publication of the Government’s Clean Growth Plan, Anna McMorrin, MP for Cardiff North, looks at how one country can lead the way to a greener, more prosperous future. Continue reading

Securing a Greener UK Through Brexit and Beyond

Ahead of SERA's event on Brexit and the environment with Greener UK at Labour Party Conference, Baroness Barbara Young, Chair of the Woodland Trust has written on the challenges - and opportunities - of Brexit. Continue reading

Will Labour Rise to the Farming Challenge?

Ahead of SERA's event on food and farming at Labour Party Conference, Sustain's Vicki Hird looks at the future of food and farming as we leave the EU.  Continue reading

Are Tory cuts masking the true scale of the UK's toxic air?

The deadly impact of air pollution is now worrying clear - but could Tory cuts to air quality monitoring be hiding the full extent of the problem? Liverpool's Cllr Paul Brant writes   Continue reading

We have the technology to tackle air pollution fairly. Now we need the political will

Ahead of SERA's event on air quality at Labour Party conference, Tantalum's Matthew Pencharz on how air quality as a social justice issues and the technology options that exist to help tackle it fairly.    Continue reading

New Zealand's Climate Opportunity

In less than 3 weeks, New Zealand will go to the polls to choose its next government. Jacinda Ardern, the Leader of the New Zealand Labour Party has written for SERA about how, if elected, her party would tackle climate change 'head-on'. Continue reading

Brighton Bike Share Confirms City's Leading Green Reputation

Peter Kyle, MP for Hove and Portslade, on why Brighton's just-launched bike sharing scheme is great news for the city - and the environment. Continue reading