Category Archives: Environment

I have already expressed my disappointment (on COP15).


Said Therese Coffey last Thursday in a session of Topical Questions when she was responding to a question from Caroline Lucas, the Green MP for Brighton Pavilion. The total question and the total answer is below and the text can … Continue reading

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Prime Minister and DfE Ministers must respond urgently


Last week several elements emerged in our Nation that require the Government to deal with. Some of them were raised within Parliament and others were raised externally but they were all being focused to the Government and indeed to the … Continue reading

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Many of us are focusing on safer, cleaner, greener and …


This week strongly indicates that some of our local and national agencies and representatives and the leaders of our World nations are trying to make communities safer, cleaner, greener and more sustainable. Recently many people and Parliamentary members called for … Continue reading

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Today we can pray for a significant result from COP27


The COP27 event is beginning today and it will run until Friday 18th November. The information of the COP27 can be obtained from a number of locations which includes the United Nations website page which includes this image and the … Continue reading

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The Critical national infrastructure and climate adaptation


It is always very helpful to get publications from our Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) and occasionally they pick up the details from the Government. At the end of last week they published this document written by Jack Loughran … Continue reading

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Some of the significant issues last week in Parliament


It is very interesting to observe what takes place during the first few days of a new Prime Minister which has emerged more frequently in the last six years than before. I cannot recall much what happened when James Callaghan … Continue reading

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Would your MP endorse Global Registry of Fossil Fuels


On Monday my MP, Caroline Lucas raised a call from other MPs to endorse the Global Registry of Fossil Fuels using her Early Day Motion. On the same day five more MPs agreed with her and so the EDM became … Continue reading

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East Sussex MPs focused on raw Sewage issues


It is very encouraging when MPs raise themes in Parliament on behalf of their communities and so it would be fantastic if some MPs will introduce elements that are not currently listed on the Upcoming business for this week. One … Continue reading

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A very significant Wildlife thriving event this Sunday


A month ago on Saturday the 10th September there was a significant event due to take place for 16-25 people in Sussex organised by Wild Coast Sussex and Sussex Wildlife Trust at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill. The … Continue reading

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Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 by Caroline


Two days ago this image appeared on twitter explaining the very recent action by Caroline Lucas who is the MP for Brighton Pavilion. The connections relating to this Bill that she wrote about are available on the Parliamentary website which … Continue reading

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