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Division Votes
24 Apr 2024 - Renters (Reform) Bill - View Vote Context
Caroline Lucas voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 1 Green Party No votes vs 0 Green Party Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 287 Noes - 144
24 Apr 2024 - Renters (Reform) Bill - View Vote Context
Caroline Lucas voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 1 Green Party Aye votes vs 0 Green Party No votes
Tally: Ayes - 158 Noes - 282
24 Apr 2024 - Regulatory Reform - View Vote Context
Caroline Lucas voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 1 Green Party No votes vs 0 Green Party Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 395 Noes - 50
24 Apr 2024 - Renters (Reform) Bill - View Vote Context
Caroline Lucas voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 1 Green Party No votes vs 0 Green Party Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 283 Noes - 143
29 Apr 2024 - Post Office (Horizon System) Offences Bill (Instructions) - View Vote Context
Caroline Lucas voted Aye - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 1 Green Party Aye votes vs 0 Green Party No votes
Tally: Ayes - 42 Noes - 265
30 Apr 2024 - Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - View Vote Context
Caroline Lucas voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 1 Green Party No votes vs 0 Green Party Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 273 Noes - 163
30 Apr 2024 - Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - View Vote Context
Caroline Lucas voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 1 Green Party No votes vs 0 Green Party Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 272 Noes - 162
30 Apr 2024 - Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - View Vote Context
Caroline Lucas voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 1 Green Party No votes vs 0 Green Party Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 274 Noes - 162
30 Apr 2024 - Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - View Vote Context
Caroline Lucas voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 1 Green Party No votes vs 0 Green Party Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 276 Noes - 161
30 Apr 2024 - Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill - View Vote Context
Caroline Lucas voted No - in line with the party majority and against the House
One of 1 Green Party No votes vs 0 Green Party Aye votes
Tally: Ayes - 273 Noes - 159


Speeches
Caroline Lucas speeches from: Oral Answers to Questions
Caroline Lucas contributed 1 speech (122 words)
Wednesday 1st May 2024 - Commons Chamber
Scotland Office
Caroline Lucas speeches from: Assisted Dying
Caroline Lucas contributed 3 speeches (630 words)
Monday 29th April 2024 - Westminster Hall
Home Office
Caroline Lucas speeches from: Renters (Reform) Bill
Caroline Lucas contributed 5 speeches (1,309 words)
Report stage
Wednesday 24th April 2024 - Commons Chamber
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities


Written Answers
AUKUS
Asked by: Caroline Lucas (Green Party - Brighton, Pavilion)
Wednesday 24th April 2024

Question to the Ministry of Defence:

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what recent estimate he has made of the cost of (a) the SSN-AUKUS programme, (b) supporting the in-service (i) submarine and (ii) SSN fleet, (c) maintenance programmes on SSN submarines and (d) HM Naval Base Clyde in the 2022-23 financial year.

Answered by James Cartlidge - Minister of State (Ministry of Defence)

The SSN-AUKUS programme is currently in its design phase. A cost estimate will be substantiated once Class size requirements have been agreed and the programme enters its next phase, ready for manufacture.

I can confirm that in financial year (FY) 2022-23, the cost of in-service support and maintenance programmes for submarines was £594 million. Due to commercial sensitivities and consolidated management information, it is not possible to break out the cost of maintenance programmes from the cost of total in service support.

In FY 2022-23, the cost of His Majesty’s Naval Base Clyde was £278 million, including all infrastructure costs.

Nuclear Weapons
Asked by: Caroline Lucas (Green Party - Brighton, Pavilion)
Wednesday 24th April 2024

Question to the Ministry of Defence:

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what estimate he has made of the cost of the Defence Nuclear Enterprise for the 2022-23 financial year.

Answered by James Cartlidge - Minister of State (Ministry of Defence)

The definition of the Defence Nuclear Enterprise (DNE) and scope of the associated nuclear ringfenced budget was agreed during financial year 2023-24. Prior to the estimated cost for 2023-24 being reported in supplementary estimates in February 2024, total DNE costs (within this definition) had never been reported, as activities are spread across different budgetary areas of the Department.

Asylum: Rwanda
Asked by: Caroline Lucas (Green Party - Brighton, Pavilion)
Wednesday 24th April 2024

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, pursuant to the Answer of 26 March 2024 to Question 19034 on Asylum: Rwanda, when he plans to publish the Memorandum of Understanding on the voluntary relocation of people to Rwanda.

Answered by Michael Tomlinson - Minister of State (Minister for Illegal Migration)

A Memorandum of Understanding has been agreed with the Government of Rwanda for the voluntary relocation of individuals and will be published in due course.

Gaza: Aid Workers
Asked by: Caroline Lucas (Green Party - Brighton, Pavilion)
Friday 26th April 2024

Question to the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office:

To ask the Deputy Foreign Secretary, whether he has had discussions with representatives of World Central Kitchen on the creation of an independent commission to investigate the killings of aid workers in Gaza on 1 April 2024.

Answered by Andrew Mitchell - Minister of State (Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office) (Minister for Development)

As the Prime Minister said in his call with Prime Minister Netanyahu 2 April, the UK was appalled by the killing of seven World Central Kitchen aid workers, including three British nationals, in an Israeli airstrike 1 April. The Prime Minister called for a thorough and transparent investigation into what happened. Lord (Tariq) Ahmad of Wimbledon also spoke with the CEO of World Central Kitchen, Erin Gore, on 2 April to offer our condolences.

Both the Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary have conveyed to their Israeli counterparts the importance of effective deconfliction.

Avian Influenza: Disease Control
Asked by: Caroline Lucas (Green Party - Brighton, Pavilion)
Wednesday 1st May 2024

Question to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs:

To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, with reference to the statement by the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention entitled Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A (H5N1) Virus Infection Reported in a Person in the US, published on 1 April 2024, what assessment he has made of the level of risk posed by H5N1; and whether he has had discussions with the (a) Secretary of State for Health and Social Care and (b) Deputy Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster on the potential implications for the UK Biological Security Strategy of that statement.

Answered by Mark Spencer - Minister of State (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs)

We are in close contact with counterparts in the United States on the incidents of influenza of avian origin in cattle in the USA. We know that the strain of virus involved has not been detected in the UK.

We are working closely with the Department of Health and Social Care, UK Health Security Agency, Food Standards Agency and Cabinet Office officials and with international partners on risk assessments to consider the routes of incursion, animal to animal spread and animal to human spill-over and to review our well-tested surveillance mechanisms and preparedness activities in light of this emerging situation.

Sizewell C Power Station
Asked by: Caroline Lucas (Green Party - Brighton, Pavilion)
Wednesday 1st May 2024

Question to the Department for Energy Security & Net Zero:

To ask the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, with reference to the press release dated 15 April 2024 issued by the company Framatome, entitled Framatome has signed contracts worth multi-billion euros for Sizewell C in the UK, what the monetary value is of the contracts referred to; and for what reason the contracts were signed in advance of a final investment decision for the construction of a new nuclear power station at Sizewell.

Answered by Andrew Bowie - Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Department for Energy Security and Net Zero)

Agreeing contracts with major suppliers like Framatome means that the Sizewell C project can agree pricing and confirm manufacturing slots within the supply chain. This will help maintain the project’s schedule and manage overall costs, supporting Sizewell C’s value for money.

The value of these contracts is commercially sensitive, and the timing of payments under these contracts will be subject to Notices to Proceed that will be issued by Sizewell C Limited.

Carer's Allowance: Overpayments
Asked by: Caroline Lucas (Green Party - Brighton, Pavilion)
Thursday 2nd May 2024

Question to the Department for Work and Pensions:

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, at what financial threshold his Department (a) starts an investigation and (b) seeks overpayment recovery for Carer’s Allowance.

Answered by Paul Maynard - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Work and Pensions)

The Secretary of State has an obligation to protect public funds by tackling fraud and error and, where legislated, recover overpayments.

Specialist trained counter fraud investigators will consider a range of factors, including if a claimant is vulnerable, before starting an investigation. This includes if an overpayment is potentially above £3,000 or the person involved occupies a position of trust or has used false or forged documentation during their claim. DWP keeps these criteria under review.

Any overpayment of Carer’s Allowance that arose as a result of a failure to disclose or misrepresentation is recoverable under s.71 of the Social Security Administration Act 1992. DWP does not recover new overpayments below £65 unless they have arisen due to fraud.

The Department is committed to negotiating affordable and sustainable repayment plans that do not cause undue financial hardship. We will work with anyone who is struggling with their repayment terms and encourage customers to contact DWP Debt Management. Debt Management will work with individuals to review their financial circumstances and, in most instances, a temporary reduction in their rate of repayment can be agreed.

Carer's Allowance: Overpayments
Asked by: Caroline Lucas (Green Party - Brighton, Pavilion)
Thursday 2nd May 2024

Question to the Department for Work and Pensions:

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, what steps he has taken to prevent large value overpayments from accruing for Carer’s Allowance since 2019.

Answered by Mims Davies - Minister of State (Department for Work and Pensions)

Overpayments are recoverable from the Carer where there is evidence that the Carer failed to timeously inform the Department of changes in circumstances. The annual benefit uprating letter issued highlights the need to report changes such and changes in earnings. The Department also uses data from HMRC to indicate where the customer may have had a change in income and failed to inform us.

The Department also takes steps to avoid large scale overpayments that are not recoverable. This includes managing workloads at appropriate levels so changes in circumstance are processed timeously.

Carer's Allowance: Overpayments
Asked by: Caroline Lucas (Green Party - Brighton, Pavilion)
Thursday 2nd May 2024

Question to the Department for Work and Pensions:

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, how many overpayments his Department is seeking to recover for Carer’s Allowance due to (a) breaches to the earnings limit, (b) exceeding the limit for breaks from caring role in a given period, (c) not caring for 35 hours per week ,(d) other, (e) a combination of reasons and (f) overall.

Answered by Paul Maynard - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Work and Pensions)

We recognise the significant contribution of carers to supporting those most in need, which is why we have increased Carer's Allowance by almost £1,500 since 2010.

Claimants have a responsibility to ensure they are entitled to benefits they claim and to inform the DWP of any changes in their circumstances that could impact their award.

Where overpayments do occur, the Department has a duty to the taxpayer to protect public funds and to ask for money to be paid back. We remain committed to working with anyone who is struggling with their repayment terms and will always look to negotiate sustainable and affordable repayment plans.

The information requested has been provided in the table below.

Carer’s Allowance overpayment reason

Volume of overpayments as at 25 April 2024

Earnings over CA Limit

107.6k

Break in care

3.6k

Ceased to care/ Not Caring from Outset

23.2k

Other

18.9k

Total

153.3k

Note that the overpayment reasons for which you have requested breakdowns do not directly align with our Debt Manager system’s overpayment categories. We have provided the reasons which most closely reflect those requested. We are unable to provide data for overpayments caused by “a combination of reasons”, as this is not a category available/ recorded by DWP. Overpayments with values of £0.00 have been excluded. Data is taken as a snapshot as at 25 April 2024 and the figures have been rounded to the nearest hundred.

The data has been sourced from internal DWP management information, which is intended only to help the Department to manage its business. It is not intended for publication and has not been subject to the same quality assurance checks applied to our published official statistics.

Jobcentres: Staff
Asked by: Caroline Lucas (Green Party - Brighton, Pavilion)
Wednesday 1st May 2024

Question to the Department for Work and Pensions:

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, how many hours of (a) initial and (b) continuing professional development training on domestic abuse do work coaches at DWP Jobcentre Plus centres receive.

Answered by Mims Davies - Minister of State (Department for Work and Pensions)

All DWP new entrant Work Coaches undergo a minimum mandatory learning journey comprising of a combination of induction, onboarding, and operational fundamental learning covering vulnerable customers and complex needs. This includes a 30-minute product on domestic violence and abuse.

The Work Coach specific learning journey includes a further 90-minute facilitated product on domestic abuse. This builds on the initial introduction to this topic and is available for Work Coaches to refresh their understanding and approach as they continue in their day-to-day role.

Carer's Allowance: Overpayments
Asked by: Caroline Lucas (Green Party - Brighton, Pavilion)
Thursday 2nd May 2024

Question to the Department for Work and Pensions:

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, how many alerts from the Verified Earnings and Pensions service informing his Department of carers’ earnings information were (a) passed and (b) not passed on to carers in each of the last five years; and whether he has made an assessment of the effectiveness of VEPs in preventing large value overpayments for Carer's Allowance.

Answered by Paul Maynard - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Work and Pensions)

Rounded

2019/20

2020/21

2021/22

2022/23

2023/24

The number of CA cases identified through the VEP system

91,000

73,000

96,000

107,000

67,000

The number of cases reviewed by CA

35,000

38,000

46,000

50,000

35,000

Overpayments are recoverable from the Carer where there is evidence that the Carer failed to timeously inform the Department of changes in circumstances. The annual benefit uprating letter issued highlights the need to report changes such and changes in earnings. The Department also uses data from HMRC to indicate where the customer may have had a change in income and failed to inform us.

The Department also takes steps to avoid large scale overpayments that are not recoverable. This includes managing workloads at appropriate levels so changes in circumstance are processed timeously.

Caveats

  • Numbers are rounded to the nearest 1,000.
  • The above data has been sourced from internal DWP management information, which is intended only to help the Department to manage its business. It is not intended for publication and has not been subject to the same quality assurance checks applied to our published official statistics.
  • Data for October, November, and December 2023 is not held.
UNRWA: Finance
Asked by: Caroline Lucas (Green Party - Brighton, Pavilion)
Friday 3rd May 2024

Question to the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office:

To ask the Deputy Foreign Secretary, with reference to the Final Report for the United Nations Secretary-General: Independent Review of Mechanisms and Procedures to Ensure Adherence by UNRWA to the Humanitarian Principle of Neutrality, published on 20 April 2024, if he will make it his policy to resume funding of UNRWA operations in Gaza; and whether he has had discussions with his German counterpart on their decision to resume funding for UNRWA following publication of that report.

Answered by Andrew Mitchell - Minister of State (Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office) (Minister for Development)

Allegations that UNRWA staff were involved in the events that took place on 7 October in Israel are appalling, which is why we took decisive action to pause future funding to the organisation.

We will set out our position on future funding to UNRWA following careful consideration of Catherine Colonna's final report, UNRWA's response and the ongoing UN Office for Internal Oversight Services investigation into these allegations.

We remain absolutely committed to getting humanitarian aid to people in Gaza who desperately need it, including through other UN agencies and British charities.

We have regular discussions with international counterparts, including Germany, on all aspects of the conflict.



Early Day Motions Signed
Monday 13th May
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Thursday 16th May 2024

19th Joint Israeli-Palestinian Memorial Day ceremony

11 signatures (Most recent: 16 May 2024)
Tabled by: Wera Hobhouse (Liberal Democrat - Bath)
That this House joins in commemorating the 19th annual Joint Israeli-Palestinian Memorial Day ceremony, held on Yom HaZikaron—Memorial Day—in Israel, beginning on the evening of 12 May 2024; pays tribute to all Israelis and Palestinians who grieve together and stand united in their demand for an end to bloodshed between …
Monday 13th May
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Thursday 16th May 2024

Scrutiny of the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs and arms exports to Israel

24 signatures (Most recent: 16 May 2024)
Tabled by: Mick Whitley (Labour - Birkenhead)
That this House expresses its deep concerns regarding the Israeli offensive on Rafah, which it believes will seriously worsen what is already one of the world’s worst man-made humanitarian crises; reiterates its calls for an immediate and lasting ceasefire; further expresses its frustration at the Government’s continued refusal to suspend …
Monday 13th May
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Thursday 16th May 2024

Diagnosing Coeliac disease

19 signatures (Most recent: 17 May 2024)
Tabled by: Sharon Hodgson (Labour - Washington and Sunderland West)
That this House recognises that coeliac disease is a serious autoimmune disease affecting 1 in 100 people; expresses concern that almost two-thirds of people with the condition, equating to almost half a million people in the UK remain undiagnosed, running the risk of long term complications; notes that the average …
Wednesday 15th May
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Thursday 16th May 2024

Imperial War Museums and union derecognition

19 signatures (Most recent: 17 May 2024)
Tabled by: Chris Stephens (Scottish National Party - Glasgow South West)
That this House is alarmed by reports that Imperial War Museums plans to derecognise the Public and Commercial Services union and the First Division Association for the purposes of collective representation and bargaining; is concerned that derecognising these trade unions would undermine the collective bargaining power of staff, leaving them …
Monday 13th May
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM as a sponsor on Monday 13th May 2024

Energy transition treaty

7 signatures (Most recent: 14 May 2024)
Tabled by: Clive Lewis (Labour - Norwich South)
That this House notes that 12 national governments, including nine Pacific Island States, are calling for countries around the world to back their proposal for a Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty to negotiate a fast, fair and well-managed energy transition; recognises that Pacific Island States are particularly vulnerable to sea level …
Thursday 2nd May
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Monday 13th May 2024

World Press Freedom Day

22 signatures (Most recent: 16 May 2024)
Tabled by: Jeremy Corbyn (Independent - Islington North)
This House applauds World Press Freedom Day in declaring its respect and admiration for all journalists and media representatives around the world who face the horrors of possible harassment, incarceration, injury, and death; deplores the targeting of journalists who are simply carrying out their invaluable work; mourns those journalists who …
Tuesday 7th May
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Monday 13th May 2024

Trans+ History Week

16 signatures (Most recent: 15 May 2024)
Tabled by: Kate Osborne (Labour - Jarrow)
That this House welcomes the first ever Trans+ History Week; notes that this groundbreaking initiative is aimed at educating and celebrating the millenia-old history of transgender non-binary gender-diverse and intersex individuals; and further acknowledges that the achievements of trans+ people deserve recognition.
Tuesday 7th May
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Monday 13th May 2024

Government surveillance of bank accounts

37 signatures (Most recent: 16 May 2024)
Tabled by: Richard Burgon (Labour - Leeds East)
That this House is deeply alarmed by new powers contained within the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill that would allow the Government to engage in the mass surveillance of tens of millions of people's bank accounts; notes that these new powers would force banks to spy on the 23 …
Friday 26th April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Tuesday 7th May 2024

Border Force staff at Heathrow Airport

23 signatures (Most recent: 15 May 2024)
Tabled by: John McDonnell (Labour - Hayes and Harlington)
That this House expresses support and solidarity to members of the PCS union taking industrial action against their employer, Border Force, at Heathrow Airport; notes that on 29 April around 250 staff are being forced out of their current jobs on passport control as the Home Office have indicated they …
Monday 29th April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Tuesday 7th May 2024

Armenian Genocide

20 signatures (Most recent: 16 May 2024)
Tabled by: Martyn Day (Scottish National Party - Linlithgow and East Falkirk)
That this House notes that on 24 April 2024 the Armenian community commemorated the Medz Yaghern (Great Crime) of the Armenian Genocide that saw the massacre and starvation of 1.5 million Armenians by the Ottomans; further notes the significance of recognising the Armenian genocide and engaging in commemorative actions in …
Monday 29th April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Tuesday 7th May 2024

Building societies

24 signatures (Most recent: 15 May 2024)
Tabled by: Emma Lewell-Buck (Labour - South Shields)
That this House recognises the financial and emotional hardship experienced by vulnerable, elderly building society customers and their families through being introduced by building societies which they trusted to firms offering unregulated wills and trusts; acknowledges that the products sold were unsuitable and failed, with investments that did not match …
Monday 29th April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM as a sponsor on Tuesday 7th May 2024

Bahrain's sponsorship of the Royal Windsor Horse Show

12 signatures (Most recent: 16 May 2024)
Tabled by: John McDonnell (Labour - Hayes and Harlington)
That this House expresses concern at Bahrain’s ongoing sponsorship of the Royal Windsor Horse Show 2024, to which the King of Bahrain and other Bahraini royals are likely to attend, despite Bahrain’s appalling human rights record; notes that even after King Hamad’s royal pardon including over 600 political prisoners on …
Thursday 2nd May
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM as a sponsor on Thursday 2nd May 2024

46th anniversary of the murder of Altab Ali

14 signatures (Most recent: 15 May 2024)
Tabled by: Apsana Begum (Labour - Poplar and Limehouse)
That this House marks the 46th anniversary of the racially motivated murder of the 25-year-old textile factory worker, Altab Ali, on 4th May 1978; notes that in the 1970s far right activity and racism was prevalent in East London and that Asian and Black people were frequently attacked; recognises that …
Tuesday 30th April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Tuesday 30th April 2024

Price cap on baby milk formula

25 signatures (Most recent: 15 May 2024)
Tabled by: Barry Gardiner (Labour - Brent North)
This House recognises the impact that food price inflation has had on family budgets in recent years, with annual inflation of 19.1% to March 2023, which was the highest rate of food inflation in 45 years; notes with dismay that some retailers have taken to placing baby milk formula under …
Monday 22nd April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Monday 29th April 2024

Multiple sclerosis (MS) Awareness Week

23 signatures (Most recent: 13 May 2024)
Tabled by: Charlotte Nichols (Labour - Warrington North)
That this House supports MS Awareness Week, which takes place between 22 and 28 April 2024; recognises that the MS Society, MS Trust, MS Together, MS-UK, the Neuro Therapy Network, Shift.ms and Overcoming MS are working together to speak up about the realities of life with MS, a neurological condition …
Monday 22nd April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Monday 29th April 2024

Civil Service Pay

36 signatures (Most recent: 15 May 2024)
Tabled by: Chris Stephens (Scottish National Party - Glasgow South West)
That this House notes that civil service pay has been eroded over the past 40 years, which has seen wages fall from above the national average to below average; regrets that, despite this, the Government did not ring-fence funding for a pay rise for civil servants in the recent Budget; …
Monday 22nd April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Monday 29th April 2024

Paradise Golf and Beach Resort, Morocco

8 signatures (Most recent: 10 May 2024)
Tabled by: Kirsten Oswald (Scottish National Party - East Renfrewshire)
That this House recognises that some 800 investors, the vast majority of whom are British citizens, made investments in the Moroccan Paradise Golf and Beach Resort which was first advertised in 2006; understands the development was widely promoted as part of Morocco’s Vision 2020 tourism plan and was marketed as …
Monday 22nd April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Monday 29th April 2024

Ugandan Anti-Homosexuality Act 2023

15 signatures (Most recent: 15 May 2024)
Tabled by: Patricia Gibson (Scottish National Party - North Ayrshire and Arran)
That this House notes with concern that the Constitutional Court of Uganda recently upheld the provisions of the Anti-Homosexuality Act 2023 which, it believes, is in defiance of international law; is aware that the legislation, adopted in May 2023, has been described as being among the world's harshest anti-gay laws …
Tuesday 23rd April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Monday 29th April 2024

National Stalking Awareness Week

12 signatures (Most recent: 15 May 2024)
Tabled by: Liz Saville Roberts (Plaid Cymru - Dwyfor Meirionnydd)
That this House acknowledges National Stalking Awareness Week, beginning on 22 April; notes that stalking and harassment accounted for a third of all police recorded violence in the year ending September 2023 and that around 1.6 million people over 16 were estimated to be victims of stalking in England and …
Tuesday 23rd April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Monday 29th April 2024

Drug and alcohol treatment services for women

20 signatures (Most recent: 17 May 2024)
Tabled by: Rachael Maskell (Labour (Co-op) - York Central)
That this House acknowledges that women’s substance use often results from trauma and abuse; notes that women’s access to trauma-informed, safe spaces has been limited, as cuts and contract competition have driven service provision to concentrate on its majority male user-base; welcomes the Centre for Justice Innovation’s guide to commissioning …
Wednesday 24th April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Monday 29th April 2024

Work Capability Assessment reforms

17 signatures (Most recent: 15 May 2024)
Tabled by: Marion Fellows (Scottish National Party - Motherwell and Wishaw)
That this House expresses its deep concern that the Government’s proposed Work Capability Assessment reforms will expose more people, including disabled people and those with long-term health conditions to work conditionality and the threat of benefit sanctions; recognises that there is considerable evidence, including the Department of Work and Pension’s …
Wednesday 24th April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM as a sponsor on Monday 29th April 2024

Diversion schemes for drug-related offending

15 signatures (Most recent: 17 May 2024)
Tabled by: Grahame Morris (Labour - Easington)
That this House endorses the recognition from Dame Carol Black and the Home Affairs Committee that improved use of diversion schemes, where police deal with low-level offending without the involvement of courts, can be an important tool in reducing drug-related crime; pays tribute to the pioneering work of Police-led Drug …
Wednesday 24th April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Monday 29th April 2024

Two-child benefits limit

30 signatures (Most recent: 8 May 2024)
Tabled by: Mary Kelly Foy (Labour - City of Durham)
That this House recognises the new research from the End Child Poverty Coalition which highlights the extent to which the two-child limit impacts single parents and families with disabled children; notes that 20% of all households impacted by the two-child limit are families with at least one disabled child, which …
Wednesday 24th April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Monday 29th April 2024

Rana Plaza in Dhaka, Bangladesh

18 signatures (Most recent: 14 May 2024)
Tabled by: Apsana Begum (Labour - Poplar and Limehouse)
That this House marks that on 24 April it is 11 years since the collapse of the Rana Plaza building in Dhaka, Bangladesh, which killed at least 1,132 workers and injured more than 2,500, a large proportion of whom were women in what was one of the worst industrial accidents …
Wednesday 24th April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM as a sponsor on Monday 29th April 2024

Student debt

13 signatures (Most recent: 15 May 2024)
Tabled by: Jon Trickett (Labour - Hemsworth)
That this House expresses its concern at the excessive levels of student debt and loan repayment rates; notes that the average student leaves university with £50,000 worth of debt and is currently required to repay 9% on everything they earn over £27,295 a year; further notes that as of April …
Wednesday 24th April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM as a sponsor on Monday 29th April 2024

Disability benefits assessment process

16 signatures (Most recent: 15 May 2024)
Tabled by: Jon Trickett (Labour - Hemsworth)
That this House expresses its concern about the application and assessment process for disability benefits such as Personal Independence Payments and Universal Credit Limited Capability for Work and Work-Related Activity; notes that the Government is proposing to end GP involvement in the process; further notes that disability rights campaigners have …
Tuesday 23rd April
Caroline Lucas signed this EDM on Thursday 25th April 2024

Lesbian Visibility Week

24 signatures (Most recent: 15 May 2024)
Tabled by: Kate Osborne (Labour - Jarrow)
That this House congratulates Lesbian Visibility Week on their fifth anniversary; notes that the theme for this week is unified not uniform to celebrate the diversity of LGBTQ+ women everywhere; welcomes the representation and acknowledgement of incredible LGBTQ women that Lesbian Visibilty week brings; acknowledges that there are still unique …



Caroline Lucas mentioned

Parliamentary Debates
Assisted Dying
148 speeches (24,521 words)
Monday 29th April 2024 - Westminster Hall
Home Office
Mentions:
1: Ruth Cadbury (Lab - Brentford and Isleworth) Member for Brighton, Pavilion (Caroline Lucas) and others have addressed the fact that going to Dignitas - Link to Speech

Renters (Reform) Bill
107 speeches (34,972 words)
Report stage
Wednesday 24th April 2024 - Commons Chamber
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Mentions:
1: Jacob Young (Con - Redcar) Member for Brighton, Pavilion (Caroline Lucas) to intervene, if she wishes to do so. - Link to Speech



Select Committee Documents
Thursday 2nd May 2024
Attendance statistics - Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research attendance for Session 2023–24 to 27 March 2024

Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research

Found: ) 2 of 4 (50.0%) Clive Lewis (Labour, Norwich South) (added 18 Jan 2023) 2 of 4 (50.0%) Caroline

Thursday 2nd May 2024
Attendance statistics - EAC attendance for Session 2023–24 to 27 March 2024

Environmental Audit Committee

Found: 5 of 16 (31.2%) Clive Lewis (Labour, Norwich South) (added 8 Feb 2022) 12 of 16 (75.0%) Caroline

Tuesday 30th April 2024
Special Report - Seventh Special Report - Heat resilience and sustainable cooling: Government Response to the Committee’s Fifth Report

Environmental Audit Committee

Found: Epsom and Ewell ) Ian Levy MP (Conservative, Blyth Valley ) Clive Lewis MP (Labour, Norwich South) Caroline

Friday 26th April 2024
Written Evidence - Global Witness
RFS0019 - Are the UK’s Russian financial sanctions working?

Treasury Committee

Found: On February 23, 2024, Caroline Lucas MP tabled an Early Day Motion calling for the Government to



Bill Documents
May. 03 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 3 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: New Amendments: NC55 and NC56 _NC1 Dame Diana Johnson Stephen Farry Caroline Lucas Wendy

May. 02 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 2 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: _NC1 Dame Diana Johnson Stephen Farry Caroline Lucas Wendy Chamberlain Caroline Nokes Sarah

May. 01 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 1 May 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: Lucas Debbie Abrahams .

Apr. 30 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 30 April 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: _NC1 Dame Diana Johnson Stephen Farry Caroline Lucas Wendy Chamberlain Caroline Nokes Sarah

Apr. 29 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 29 April 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: _NC1 Dame Diana Johnson Stephen Farry Caroline Lucas Wendy Chamberlain Caroline Nokes Sarah

Apr. 25 2024
Notices of Amendments as at 25 April 2024
Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24
Amendment Paper

Found: _NC1 Dame Diana Johnson Stephen Farry Caroline Lucas Wendy Chamberlain Caroline Nokes Sarah

Apr. 25 2024
Bill 188 2023-24 (as introduced)
Standards in Public Life (Codes of Conduct) Bill 2023-24
Bill

Found: Presented by Debbie Abrahams supported by Kim Leadbeater , Caroline Lucas , Layla Moran and Dr

Apr. 24 2024
Report Stage Proceedings as at 24 April 2024
Renters (Reform) Bill 2022-23
Bill proceedings: Commons

Found: Not selected _NC4 Caroline Lucas Margaret Greenwood .

Apr. 24 2024
Consideration of Bill Amendments as at 24 April 2024 - large print
Renters (Reform) Bill 2022-23
Amendment Paper

Found: Caroline Lucas NC4 To move the following Clause— “Requirement to collect and display information




Caroline Lucas - Select Committee Information

Calendar
Wednesday 8th May 2024 2 p.m.
Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research - Oral evidence
Subject: The UK and the Antarctic Environment
At 2:15pm: Oral evidence
David Rutley MP - Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Americas, Caribbean and the Overseas Territories) at Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office
Andrew Griffith MP - Minister of State (Minister for Science, Research and Innovation) at Department for Science, Innovation and Technology
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Monday 20th May 2024 4:15 p.m.
Environmental Audit Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: The role of natural capital in the green economy
At 4:30pm: Oral evidence
The Rt Hon. the Lord Benyon - Minister of State (Climate, Environment and Energy) at Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Helen Edmundson - Deputy Director, Green Finance at Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
The Baroness Vere of Norbiton - Parliamentary Secretary at HM Treasury
Fayyaz Muneer - Deputy Director, Green Finance and Prudential Policy, Financial Services Group at HM Treasury
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Select Committee Documents
Thursday 25th April 2024
Written Evidence - Royal Society of Chemistry
EWCE0014 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Monday 29th April 2024
Written Evidence - Department for Energy Security and Net Zero
ESE0075 - Enabling sustainable electrification of the UK economy

Enabling sustainable electrification of the UK economy - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 24th April 2024
Oral Evidence - Environment Agency, and Environment Agency

Environmental Audit Committee
Tuesday 30th April 2024
Special Report - Seventh Special Report - Heat resilience and sustainable cooling: Government Response to the Committee’s Fifth Report

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 1st May 2024
Written Evidence - Centre for Sustainable Fashion, and Social Purpose Lab, University of the Arts London
SFS0002 - Sustainability of the fashion sector: follow up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 1st May 2024
Written Evidence - Depop
SFS0003 - Sustainability of the fashion sector: follow up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 1st May 2024
Written Evidence - Asda
SFS0004 - Sustainability of the fashion sector: follow up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 1st May 2024
Written Evidence - ASOS
SFS0001 - Sustainability of the fashion sector: follow up

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 2nd May 2024
Correspondence - Letter from the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, related to Defra’s consultation on Electrical waste: reforming the producer responsibility system, dated 23 April 2024

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 2nd May 2024
Attendance statistics - Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research attendance for Session 2023–24 to 27 March 2024

Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research
Thursday 2nd May 2024
Attendance statistics - EAC attendance for Session 2023–24 to 27 March 2024

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 1st May 2024
Oral Evidence - University of the Arts London, INretail, and WRAP

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 1st May 2024
Oral Evidence - H&M, Thrift+, Oxfam, and boohoo Group plc

Environmental Audit Committee
Friday 3rd May 2024
Correspondence - Letter from the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, relating to small modular reactors in the transition from fossil fuels, dated 27 March 2024

Environmental Audit Committee
Thursday 9th May 2024
Correspondence - Letter from the EAC Chair to the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, relating to the Government's response to the EAC report on 'The UK’s contribution to tackling global deforestation', dated 8 May 2024

Environmental Audit Committee
Friday 10th May 2024
Written Evidence - British Antarctic Survey, Oxford Brookes University, and British Antarctic Survey
ANT0028 - The UK and the Antarctic Environment

The UK and the Antarctic Environment - Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research
Friday 10th May 2024
Written Evidence - New Zealand High Commission
ANT0029 - The UK and the Antarctic Environment

The UK and the Antarctic Environment - Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research
Friday 10th May 2024
Written Evidence - Department of Geography, Durham University, British Antarctic Survey, Centre for Polar Observation and Modelling (CPOM), and Scott Polar Research Institute, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge
ANT0027 - The UK and the Antarctic Environment

The UK and the Antarctic Environment - Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research
Wednesday 8th May 2024
Oral Evidence - Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, Department for Science, Innovation and Technology, and Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office

The UK and the Antarctic Environment - Environmental Audit Sub-Committee on Polar Research
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Save Windermere
WQI0025 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Westvale Park Residents' Association, River Mole River Watch, and River Mole River Watch
WQI0028 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - South West Water
WQI0034 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - The Rivers Trust
WQI0036 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Liverpool City Region Combined Authority
WQI0005 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - University of Sheffield
WQI0004 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Lancaster University
WQI0011 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Centre for Public Data
WQI0012 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership
WQI0014 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Windrush Against Sewage Pollution
WQI0015 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Windrush Against Sewage Pollution
WQI0022 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - River Mole River Watch
WQI0027 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - National Farmers Union
WQI0030 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Surfers against Sewage
WQI0031 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia
WQI0029 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Consumer Council for Water
WQI0033 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - National Landscapes Association
WQI0032 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Former audit partner with PwC in Russia
WQI0021 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Marine Conservation Society
WQI0026 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
WQI0035 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Water UK
WQI0038 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
WQI0037 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Amiblu
WQI0010 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Windrush Against Sewage Pollution (WASP)
WQI0013 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Merton College, The University of Oxford, and Department of Earth Science & Engineering, Imperial College London
WQI0019 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Melton Renewable Energy UK
WQI0018 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - The Worshipful Company of Water Conservators
WQI0007 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - River Action UK
WQI0008 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Mr Robert Latimer
WQI0009 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - World Animal Protection UK
WQI0017 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - University of Oxford, and University of Oxford
WQI0016 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Stormwater Shepherds UK
WQI0006 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Westminster Sustainable Business Forum
WQI0002 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Madeley and Whitmore Villages Stop HS2
WQI0001 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Windrush Against Sewage Pollution
WQI0020 - Water quality and water infrastructure: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - London Politica
CCS0014 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - London Politica
CCS0012 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - London Politica
CCS0013 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - American University of Sovereign Nations
CCS0006 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Susan Chapman
CCS0001 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Staffordshire University, and University of Wolverhampton
CCS0026 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Plymouth Marine Laboratory
CCS0008 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - RAND Europe
CCS0018 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Imperial Policy Forum, Imperial College, Grantham Institute, Imperial College, Natural History Museum and Imperial College London, Imperial College London, Imperial College London, and Imperial College London
CCS0021 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Chatham House
CCS0022 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - BEACON Research Network, University of Birmingham
CCS0023 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research / School of Environmental Science, University of East Anglia, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research / School of Environmental Science, University of East Anglia, and Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research / School of Law, University of East Anglia
CCS0004 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Global Water Security Center at the University of Alabama
CCS0005 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - ActionAid UK
CCS0024 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Cranfield University
CCS0025 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Homeland Conservation
CCS0003 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Local Government Association
CCS0017 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - University of Birmingham, Prof William Bloss, Prof Francis Pope, Abril Herrera Chavez, Catherine Muller, and Suzanne Bartington
CCS0016 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Centre for Polar Observation and Modelling
CCS0015 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - King's College London, King's College London, King's College London, Imperial College London, and Reporting Project on Mexico’s Environmental Defenders
CCS0027 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - CAFOD
CCS0028 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Global Systems Institute, University of Exeter
CCS0029 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - The Physiological Society
CCS0030 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust
CCS0031 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Oxfam GB
CCS0032 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Center for Climate and Security
CCS0034 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - University of Leeds
CCS0033 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Population Matters
CCS0035 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - UNICEF UK
CCS0036 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - HM Government
CCS0037 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Mercy Corps
CCS0009 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - The Royal Society of Biology
CCS0010 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - London Politica, and London Politica
CCS0011 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Lancaster University
CCS0007 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Conflict and Environment Observatory
CCS0019 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Quakers in Britain
CCS0020 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - University of Leeds
CCS0033 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Imperial Policy Forum, Imperial College, Grantham Institute, Imperial College, Natural History Museum and Imperial College London, Imperial College London, Imperial College London, and Imperial College London
CCS0021 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - King's College London, King's College London, King's College London, Imperial College London, and Reporting Project on Mexico’s Environmental Defenders
CCS0027 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Global Systems Institute, University of Exeter
CCS0029 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - BEACON Research Network, University of Birmingham
CCS0023 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Oxfam GB
CCS0032 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust
CCS0031 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - ActionAid UK
CCS0024 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - HM Government
CCS0037 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Staffordshire University, and University of Wolverhampton
CCS0026 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Amazon
EWCE0015 - Electronic waste and the circular economy: follow-up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - UNICEF UK
CCS0036 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Population Matters
CCS0035 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - CAFOD
CCS0028 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - New Look
SFS0005 - Sustainability of the fashion sector: follow up

Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - The Physiological Society
CCS0030 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Wednesday 15th May 2024
Written Evidence - Center for Climate and Security
CCS0034 - Climate change and security

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Tuesday 14th May 2024
Oral Evidence - German Council on Foreign Relations, Center for Climate and Security, and King's College London

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee
Tuesday 14th May 2024
Oral Evidence - Met Office, National Infrastructure Commission, National Infrastructure Commission, Climate Change Committee, and Climate Change Committee

Climate change and security - Environmental Audit Committee