Melanie Smallman: Rio+20 is the second chance we need

Introducing SERA's new pamphlet looking at the opportunity of the Rio+20 UN Sustainable Development Conference, Melanie Smallman says it is the second chance the world needs to deliver on a sustainable future for our planet. Continue reading

Mary Creagh MP: We should be leading the world on Sustainable Development

In the first of the essays from our new Rio+20 pamphlet, Shadow Environment Secretary Mary Creagh MP looks at the big challenges in Rio - food, rural poverty, forests and a more transparent economy. Continue reading

Budget dashes hope of a green recovery

With £3bn for oil exploration, the promise of new gas-power stations and a u-turn on airport expansion, any hopes for a green government were dashed by yesterday's Budget announcement. Continue reading

More warm emissions from the PM

This article was originally posted on Much of the sentiment within today’s transport infrastructure speech by David Cameron has been said close to a million times before – not just by the 25+ transport ministers the last Labour Government went through as referenced by the PM but the 25+ ones of the previous Conservative Government as well. Continue reading

SERA Scotland fringe at Scottish Labour Conference

SERA Scotland is holding a fringe meeting at the upcoming Scottish Labour Party Conference. Our event is supported by the Scottish Co-operative Party. Continue reading