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

Biking in Brighton: City's Bike Sharing Scheme Goes Live

Councillors hope that the new bike-sharing scheme will help cut air pollution and increase sustainable, healthy travel in the city. Continue reading

This Summer's extreme weather shows the deadly impact of climate change. Only cooperation can stop it.

From flooding in Houston to flash fires across Europe, Angela Terry looks at why this Summer's extreme weather means we need to act on climate change now more than ever.   Continue reading

Considered, clear and long-term – Sadiq’s Environment Strategy is everything that Boris wasn’t. Thank Goodness.

SERA Exec Member Leonie Cooper writes for Progress on the new London Environment Strategy Continue reading

Why Scottish Labour are fighting for warm homes

Pauline McNeill MSP on why energy efficiency must be a priority for tackling both social and environmental justice. Continue reading

Why there is no Carbon Plan to meet the Fifth Carbon Budget... yet

Emissions Reduction Plan, Carbon Plan, Clean Growth Plan - whatever you call it, you'd have a hard job finding the government's response to the Fifth Carbon Budget. Dr Alan Whitehead MP writes   Continue reading

Spin and Bluster: Gove’s Clean Air Plan passes the buck

It might grab the headlines, but the Government’s Clean Air Plan is nowhere near strong enough to tackle this public health crisis. Continue reading

Power cut: The end of the line for the Tory's rail ambition

By abandoning rail projects across the UK, the Tories have given up on any pretence of a pioneering vision for public transport. Joe Fortune, SERA Exec Member writes. Continue reading

Cruise ships and clean air: Tackling Southampton docks' pollution problem

Cllr Christopher Hammond on how cleaning up Southampton's port is a vital part of the city's efforts to tackle air pollution Continue reading