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Green For Growth Campaign

EDM number 1004 in 2012-13, proposed by Andrew Stunell on 31/01/2013.
Categorised under the topics of Climate change, Energy, Energy conservation and Housing.

That this House recognises that a quarter of total carbon dioxide emissions come from the use of homes and that the most cost-effective carbon reduction strategy for the UK is to improve their efficiency, simultaneously cutting fuel imports, fuel bills and fuel poverty as well as slowing climate change; welcomes the measures taken so far by the Government to improve building efficiency standards and the start of the Green Deal; further welcomes the Prime Minister's restatement of the Government's intention to become the Greenest Government Ever and the Coalition's commitment to achieve a Zero Carbon Home standard for new homes by 2016; congratulates Building magazine on its Green for Growthcampaign, supported by many leading professions, companies and organisations in the construction sector; and urges the Government now topress forward urgently on announcing further energy performance upgrades to building standards so that industry can prepare in a timely way for the full benefits for households, the economy and the planet to be delivered at the earliest possible time.

This motion has been signed by a total of 29 MPs.

MPDateConstituencyPartyType
Andrew Stunell31/01/2013Hazel GroveLiberal DemocratProposed
Zac Goldsmith31/01/2013Richmond ParkConservativeSeconded
Peter Bottomley01/02/2013Worthing WestConservativeSeconded
Kelvin Hopkins04/02/2013Luton NorthLabourSeconded
Mark Durkan04/02/2013FoyleSocial Democratic and Labour PartySeconded
Mike Hancock05/02/2013Portsmouth SouthLiberal DemocratSeconded
Andrew George05/02/2013St IvesLiberal DemocratSigned
Alan Meale05/02/2013MansfieldLabourSigned
John McDonnell05/02/2013Hayes and HarlingtonLabourSigned
Elfyn Llwyd05/02/2013Dwyfor MeirionnyddPlaid CymruSigned
Simon Wright06/02/2013Norwich SouthLiberal DemocratSigned
George Galloway06/02/2013Bradford WestRespectSigned
Jim Dobbin06/02/2013Heywood and MiddletonLabourSigned
Jeremy Corbyn06/02/2013Islington NorthLabourSigned
Martin Caton06/02/2013GowerLabourSigned
Ronnie Campbell06/02/2013Blyth ValleyLabourSigned
Menzies Campbell06/02/2013North East FifeLiberal DemocratSigned
Sandra Osborne07/02/2013Ayr, Carrick and CumnockLabourSigned
Paul Flynn07/02/2013Newport WestLabourSigned
Stephen Williams07/02/2013Bristol WestLiberal DemocratSigned
Michael Crockart07/02/2013Edinburgh WestLiberal DemocratSigned
Julian Huppert11/02/2013CambridgeLiberal DemocratSigned
Mark Williams11/02/2013CeredigionLiberal DemocratSigned
Dan Rogerson11/02/2013North CornwallLiberal DemocratSigned
Adrian Sanders11/02/2013TorbayLiberal DemocratSigned
Tim Farron12/02/2013Westmorland and LonsdaleLiberal DemocratSigned
John Leech12/02/2013Manchester, WithingtonLiberal DemocratSigned
Linda Riordan14/02/2013HalifaxLabourSigned
John Pugh07/03/2013SouthportLiberal DemocratSigned

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