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Patrick Harvie

Green MSP for Glasgow

@patrickharvie

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Recent appearances

  • Scottish Parliament: Mossmorran Natural Gas Liquids Plant (Unplanned Flaring) 5 Dec 2019

    3. The First Minister knows of the misery that is being inflicted on the people who live in the shadow of the Mossmorran ethylene plant, which is operated by ExxonMobil Chemicals Ltd—one of the world’s most notorious corporate promoters of climate denial. ExxonMobil has failed to maintain the plant and, as a result, local residents endure regular unplanned flaring. The plant’s operating...
  • Scottish Parliament: Mossmorran Natural Gas Liquids Plant (Unplanned Flaring) 5 Dec 2019

    The community will think that the request is more than reasonable; they will think that it is absolutely necessary that we get that commitment from the plant operator before the Christmas holidays. On Channel 4’s climate debate last week, the First Minister stated: “We are in the transition”. Mossmorran is the second biggest polluter in Scotland, and many local people in Kirkcaldy and...
  • Scottish Parliament: Art in Action Campaign 5 Dec 2019

    As others have done, I thank Claire Baker for bringing the motion and, indeed, for hosting the reception a wee bit earlier in the year, which she mentioned. I also had the opportunity to take part in a couple of visits over the summer and I thank SCAN and its colleagues for welcoming me. The first of those visits was to the Platform in Easterhouse, where that local community resource had...

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Green MSP for Glasgow

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 1 May 2003 — Election

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