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Sarah Green

Liberal Democrat MP for Chesham and Amersham (18 Jun 2021 – current)


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Written Answers — Treasury: Nuclear Power: Finance (21 Jul 2021)

Sarah Champion: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, with reference to the International Capital Markets Association Green Bonds Principles including nuclear energy, and the Government’s Green Financing Framework excluding nuclear energy, if he will reconsider the exclusion of nuclear energy from the Green Financing Framework.

Scottish Parliament: Decision Time (2 Jun 2011)

Tricia Marwick: There are six questions to be put as a result of today’s business. I remind members that, in relation to the debate on green energy, if amendment S4M-00169.1, in the name of Sarah Boyack, is agreed to, amendment S4M-00169.2, in the name of Jackson Carlaw, will fall, and that, in relation to the debate on sport, if amendment S4M-00168.1, in the name of Richard Simpson, is agreed to,...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Recreation Spaces (16 Jun 2009)

Sarah McCarthy-Fry: None of the data sets in the Green Spaces Hub identifies land ownership. The Green Spaces Hub makes available in one place data sets on green and open spaces that are owned by several public sector organisations. Some of these data sets identify only public sector managed land while others identify land parcels, and therefore ownership could be private or public. In these cases there is no...

Scottish Parliament: (Returned at the election on 1 May 2003) (7 May 2003)

B Baillie, Jacqueline Marie (Dumbarton) (Lab) Baird, Shiona Elizabeth (North-East Scotland) (Green) Baker, Richard James (North-East Scotland) (Lab) Ballance, Christopher Howard (South of Scotland) (Green) Ballard, Mark Sebastian (Lothians) (Green) Barrie, Thomas Scott (Dunfermline West) (Lab) Boyack, Sarah Herriot (Edinburgh Central) (Lab) Brankin, Rhona Margaret (Midlothian) (Lab)...

Bills Presented: Equal Pay (Transparency) (16 Dec 2014)

Question accordingly agreed to. Ordered, That Sarah Champion, Ms Harriet Harman, Gloria del Piero, Fiona Mactaggart, Kate Green, Sheila Gilmore, Roberta Blackman-Woods, Stephen Doughty, Andy Sawford, John Mann, Mr Steve Reed and Andy McDonald present the Bill. Sarah Champion accordingly presented the Bill. Bill read the First time; to be read a Second time on Friday 27 February, and tobe...

Scottish Parliament: Onshore Wind Energy (23 Jun 2015)

Sarah Boyack: Renewables are very important in meeting our climate change targets, and they are a key driver of green jobs in Scotland. Given that, and given the importance of the disinvestment to the whole country and the fact that companies that have been investing in good faith now face huge uncertainty regarding future investment, what assistance can the Scottish Government offer the industry? What...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Green Homes Grant Scheme (26 Nov 2020)

Sarah Olney: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, for what reason the Answer of 10 November 2020 to Question 908549 on the Green Homes Grant Scheme states that the expected number of jobs supported through the Green Homes Grant Voucher scheme was over 80,000 and Point 7 of the Prime Minister's Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution, published in November...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Transport: Transport (19 Jun 2000)

Sarah Boyack: The Executive is collaborating with the UK Government in offering guidance to employers; undertaking research on the practical delivery of green transport plans; and encouraging local authorities to promote green transport plans with the context of their Local Transport Strategies.

Written Answers — Education: Special Educational Needs (28 Oct 2010)

Sarah Teather: holding answer 25 October 2010 The Government aim to publish a Green Paper on special educational needs and disability later this year. Ofsted's report and the issues that it highlights will be taken into consideration as the Department develops the Green Paper.

Scottish Parliament: Renewable Heat Incentive (9 Dec 2015)

Sarah Boyack: ...that exists between now and 2017, what new schemes might be brought forward? There is general agreement that renewable heat is the missing link in our energy and heat, not just in terms of green energy but also in terms of green jobs and apprenticeships.

Wales: Green Industries (17 Mar 2021)

Sarah Dines: Green issues affect the whole of this Union; does my right hon. Friend agree that it is important not only that Wales capitalises on new and innovative green industries, but that it continues to decarbonise the heavy industry it already has given that over 10 megatons of carbon emissions were generated by businesses and industries in Wales alone last year?

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Employment: Disability (20 Nov 2017)

Sarah Newton: In October 2016 we published Improving Lives: the Work, Health and Disability Green Paper, setting out the Government’s approach to work and health and inviting views on a ten-year strategy for reform. We engaged with a wide range of stakeholders and others with an interest during the Green Paper consultation period and received around 6,000 responses. We are working towards a publication...

Written Answers — Department for Work and Pensions: Work Capability Assessment (21 Nov 2017)

Sarah Newton: In October 2016 we published Improving Lives: the Work, Health and Disability Green Paper, setting out the Government’s approach to work and health and inviting views on a ten-year strategy for reform. We engaged with a wide range of stakeholders and others with an interest during the Green Paper consultation period and received around 6,000 responses. We are working towards a publication...

Written Answers — Education: Special Educational Needs (23 Mar 2011)

Sarah Teather: On 9 March, the Department published "Support and aspiration: A new approach to special educational needs and disability". This Green Paper has been informed by a call for views, which received over 1,800 responses, 40% of which came from parents of disabled children and children with SEN. In developing the Green Paper the Department has also heard from a range of professionals from health,...

Assessment and Treatment Units: Vulnerable People (6 Nov 2018)

Sarah Wollaston: Does the Minister accept that, fundamentally, far too many people are ending up in terrible conditions in secure settings because of the inadequacy of social care? Will she commit to include in the Green Paper, which is to be brought forward before Christmas, the Green Paper for young adults as well as for older people? Will she absolutely commit to that coming forward before Christmas?

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Members' Visitors (12 Mar 2008)

Sarah Teather: To ask the hon. Member for North Devon, representing the House of Commons Commission, if the Commission will review the green card system used to alert hon. and right hon. Members about visitors to assess its effectiveness as a messaging tool; and if the Commission will take steps to ensure hon. Members' offices are alerted by telephone as soon as a green card is submitted.

Written Answers — Education: Departmental Manpower (25 Oct 2010)

Sarah Teather: Work on the Green Paper on special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) is being led by three full-time equivalent officials. These officials are working closely with colleagues in the Department for Education's SEND division, as well as officials from across the Department and across Government. This Division also employs one professional adviser who supports the Division's overall...

Education Psychology (18 Oct 2010)

Sarah Teather: What is an adequate number will depend a little on the Green Paper. The role of educational psychologists might change depending on what we do with the assessment system. I would like them to play a greater role in offering therapeutic advice rather than just being used by local authorities as a gatekeeper to services, as happens all too often. Much work needs to be done with the Green Paper.

Written Answers — Education: Special Educational Needs: Autism (7 Sep 2011)

Sarah Teather: The National Autistic Society's report Great Expectations was published in response to the special educational needs and disability Green Paper and it showed that there was welcome support from parents for important proposals in the Green Paper. Recommendations in the society's report, such as the call for schools to have access to autism specialists, are addressed by proposals in the Green...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: SEN Support (17 Oct 2011)

Sarah Teather: We have finished consultation on our Green Paper, “Support and aspiration: A new approach to special educational needs and disability”. Twenty pathfinders, covering 31 local authority areas, are under way and will be testing proposals set out in the Green Paper. We will publish details of how we will respond to the consultation and take forward the development of special educational needs...


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