There have been votes in Parliament on targets for reducing carbon dioxide emissions and on increasing the proportion of electricity generated via renewable means as well as on the establishment of a UK Green Investment Bank, to invest in projects which, for example, reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Trudy Harrison consistently voted against measures to prevent climate change
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On 12 Oct 2020:
Trudy Harrison voted not to require ministers to have due regard to the target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 when taking actions including setting up agricultural subsidy schemes.
On 29 Sep 2020:
Trudy Harrison voted not to require a "climate and nature emergency impact statement" as part of any proposal for financial assistance under a United Kingdom Internal Market Act.
On 5 Feb 2020:
Trudy Harrison voted not to call on the Government to develop and implement a plan to eliminate the substantial majority of transport emissions by 2030.
On 24 Oct 2019:
Trudy Harrison voted against a motion calling on the Government "to rebuild the economy so that it works in the interest of the many, not just handing out rewards to those at the top" and bring forward "a green industrial revolution to decarbonise the economy and boost economic growth".
On 25 Jun 2019:
Trudy Harrison voted to exclude wind and water turbines from a special reduced rate of VAT applying to the supply and installation of energy-saving materials in residential accommodation.