Allocate Government time to debate the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill

To allocate Government time for the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill to be debated in the House of Commons as soon as possible as a significant number of members have already given it their support.

This petition closed on 14 Jun 2021 with 2,688 signatures


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Recent Documents related to Allocate Government time to debate the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill

1. Allocate Government time to debate the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill
20/11/2020 - Petitions

Found: To allocate Government time for the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill to be debated in the House of

2. Climate and the environment
01/05/2019 - Parliamentary Research

Found: www.parliament.uk/commons-library | intranet.parliament.uk/commons-library | papers@parliament.uk |

3. Letter from the Payment Systems Regulator relating to an update on delivery of Confirmation of Payee in light of COVID-19, dated 27 March 2020
30/04/2020 - Inquiry: Letter from the Payment Systems Regulator relating to an update on delivery of Confirmation of Payee in light of COVID-19, dated 27 March 2020 - Treasury Committee
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Found: Stride MP Chair, Treasury Select Committee House of Commons London SW1A 0AA 27 March 2020 Dear

4. Extinction Rebellion Oxford - written evidence
03/09/2019 - Inquiry: Decarbonisation of the UK Economy and Green Finance - Treasury Committee
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Found: parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-select/treasury-committee/inquiries1/parliamen

5. Emergency Debate on the expectation that the Government table a money resolution for a private Member's bill
18/05/2018 - Parliamentary Research

Found: www.parliament.uk/commons-library | intranet.parliament.uk/commons-library | papers@parliament.uk |

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Recent Speeches related to Allocate Government time to debate the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill

1. Climate and Ecological Emergency: UK’s Response
09/02/2021 - Commons Chamber

1: declared a climate and nature emergency, and more than one year since Parliament last debated the climate and - Speech Link

2. Biodiversity Emergency
22/04/2021 - Grand Committee

1: cannot take any credit for is the fact that this debate has landed up on Earth Day, which is incredibly - Speech Link

3. Environment Bill
26/05/2021 - Commons Chamber

1: Wales for the general or residual purposes of the Government of Wales Act 2006 (see section 158 of that Act) - Speech Link
2: “instead of” and insert “in addition to”.Government new clause 22—Habitats Regulations: power to - Speech Link
3: that the Government prepares a tree strategy for England. It will ensure that the Government has to produce - Speech Link

4. National Security and Investment Bill
16/03/2021 - Lords Chamber

1: qualifying asset. Your Lordships will note in the Bill an interaction with the Competition and Markets - Speech Link
2: intend to be brief and shall raise only a small number of questions seeking clarification from the Minister - Speech Link

5. Environment Bill: Royal Assent
10/06/2021 - Lords Chamber

1: To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they intend for the Environment Bill to be presented for Royal - Speech Link
2: our landmark Environment Bill was officially reintroduced in the Commons following the Queen’s Speech - Speech Link
3: My Lords, I thank the Minister. The Environment Bill is big and important, and Peers at Second Reading - Speech Link

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This Bill is currently not due a second reading until March, and this date could change. The issues contained in the proposed Bill are of enormous public interest and concern and warrant appropriate levels of debate in Parliament.


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