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Scottish Parliament: Climate Change (2 May 2019)

Neil Findlay: ...a climate emergency. Will the First Minister advise how appalling bus and train services, an abstention by her members of Parliament on the Heathrow expansion, the failure to legislate for a ban on fracking, support for the expansion of air travel and a policy to cut and then scrap air departure tax contribute to addressing the climate emergency or could ever be described as world leading?

Speaker’S Statement: Environment and Climate Change (1 May 2019)

Ruth George: ...the measures needed to tackle climate change by voting for Labour councillors who are putting forward practical proposals to tackle it. Labour councillors on my council in High Peak voted to ban fracking and to declare a climate change emergency, in the face of opposition from Conservative councillors, who have not taken the actions that we need in this area. They are not proposing to...

Environment and Climate Change (1 May 2019)

Lyn Brown: ...to produce the green innovations that will help us to reduce emissions. He wants to become a scientist and help with those challenges—I reckon he’ll do it. Arpon told me we needed to stop fracking and rely on renewables—not just because of the carbon consequences, but because of the impact on clean water and the local environment. Ethan—another Ethan—told me how inspired he is by...

Future International Trade Opportunities (1 May 2019)

Geraint Davies: ...access to that information. That is appalling. It bodes very badly, and I am very concerned. I also want assurances from the Minister about investor-state dispute settlements, especially as fracking companies, for example, presumably will want to continue the appalling work that this Government have started. We are debating fracking to a certain extent today in the main Chamber. It is so...

British Steel: EU Emissions Trading Compliance (1 May 2019)

Wera Hobhouse: ...not we need to become carbon-zero in a very short period of time. I wonder whether the Government are actually taking that urgency seriously. What are the Government doing continuing to support the fracking industry, which is a fossil fuel industry? Surely all we do needs to go into renewable energy?

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Fracking: Regulation (1 May 2019)

Julian Sturdy: ..., Energy and Industrial Strategy, what submissions his Department has received from (a) members of the public and (b) civil society groups on concerns over the maintenance of tremor limits in fracking regulations.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Fracking: Regulation (1 May 2019)

Julian Sturdy: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, what steps he is ensure that members of the public are reassured about the adequacy of the regulatory system for shale gas extraction.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Fracking: Regulation (1 May 2019)

Janet Daby: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, if it is his Department's policy not to review the limits on seismic disturbance.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Fracking: Regulation (1 May 2019)

Carol Monaghan: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, what plans he has to review the traffic light monitoring system for regulating fracking-induced seismicity.

Business of the House (25 Apr 2019)

Valerie Vaz: ...’s first Climate Change Act in 2008, and we are the leading country working to achieve the agreements from Kyoto. The Government’s response so far is to expand Heathrow airport and facilitate fracking, and they have a 25-year environment plan—and no statement on a scrappage scheme for diesel cars. By the end of that plan, Greta, who spoke so movingly to all of us, will be 41 years...

Scottish Parliament: Independence (Green New Deal) (25 Apr 2019)

Patrick Harvie: ...UK Government agenda, with its brutal austerity economics. The UK Government has banned onshore wind, scrapped warm home subsidies and solar subsidies, sold off the Green Investment Bank, forced fracking on to local communities and refused to meet the climate strikers. Scotland can—and wants to—do better. Without independence, we have one hand tied behind our back; under the growth...

Scottish Parliament: Green New Deal (24 Apr 2019)

Willie Rennie: ...tackling climate change. We delivered in the face of almost daily battles with the Conservative Party in Government. Today, we oppose the opening of a new front in terms of carbon-based fuels with fracking, just as we opposed the Scottish Government’s proposed subsidy for the open-cast coal industry and the SNP’s plans to slash air passenger duty. We urge the Scottish Government to get...

Prime Minister: Engagements (24 Apr 2019)

Kirsty Blackman: ...do enough. Yesterday, he promised that the UK Government would take action. This Government have spent millions on nuclear power, cut support for renewable energy projects and continued to pursue fracking. Does taking action include reversing those damaging policies?

Climate Change Policy (23 Apr 2019)

Caroline Lucas: The Minister regularly takes me to task for not being positive enough about her Government, so I am going to surprise her. I am going to overlook the fracking, the expansion of Heathrow airport and the new coalfield up in Cumbria, and say that when it comes to global climate work the Government are doing good work. But even there, it is undermined by the work of the UK export credit agency,...

Proportional Representation: House of Commons — [Mr Nigel Evans in the Chair] (23 Apr 2019)

Cat Smith: ...see why. Communities are often affected by decisions over which they have no say or, even when they think they have a say, a Government can come in to override it, as in Lancashire in the case of fracking. Many people feel that what goes on in Westminster is a world away from the reality of their lives. Research published by the Hansard Society found that the UK public are increasingly...

Climate Action and Extinction Rebellion (23 Apr 2019)

Dennis Skinner: After all that the Minister has had to say today, why are the Government still in favour of fracking?

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Fracking: Costs (16 Apr 2019)

Rebecca Long-Bailey: ...documentation of all financial resilience tests to confirm an applicant’s ability to fund decommissioning costs pursuant to the process outlined to secure final consent to hydraulically frack.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Fracking (10 Apr 2019)

Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb: To ask Her Majesty's Government who would be (1) financially, and (2) legally, responsible for the clean-up and remediation of fracking sites in the event that the operator becomes insolvent.

Protestors’ Rights - Question (9 Apr 2019)

Baroness McIntosh of Pickering: ...engaged at the earliest possible stage with local communities, and that it would stand INEOS and those companies in good stead if they would respect the energy law laid down that there will be no fracking in, near, above or below a national park?


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