'Make no mistake - there is a serious danger' - Labour's new EU Leader on Brexit and the Environment

Richard Corbett MEP, the newly elected Leader of Labour’s MEPs, writes for SERA on why it's up to Labour to keep the environmental pressure on the Tories during the Brexit negotiations. Continue reading

McDonnell’s green pledge shows Labour is now the party of the environment

SERA National Organiser Adam Dyster writes for LabourList on McDonnell's OBR announcement, and how it could help transform Parliament's understanding of the environment and economics. Continue reading

‘Our single greatest challenge’ - John McDonnell on Climate Change

Read John McDonnell MP, Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer’s comments on climate change, the environment, and how a Labour government would radically transform the economy  to tackle ‘our single greatest challenge’.     Continue reading

The Fisheries Bill: Taking Back Control of Our Waters?

As the Labour Friends of Fishing is launched to support the UK's fishing communities, we publish Melanie Onn's article for New Ground on the demands for next year's Fisheries Bill, and why getting it right is so vital for towns like Grimsby. Continue reading

Tackling Air Pollution in Oxford with the World's First Zero Emission Zone

Oxford City Council's Cllr John Tanner, Board Member for a Clean & Green Oxford, writes about how the city is set to lead a pioneering new project to clean up its air. Continue reading

SERA Co-Chair Jake Sumner on the 'Environmental Politics' Podcast

Listen to SERA's Co-Chair Jake Sumner talk about the politics of climate change, the red-green movement and influencing the Labour party on Jeremy Moulton's 'Environmental Politics' podcast. Continue reading

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