Environment and Health

As a key member of the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament, Keith is passionately committed to protecting people and planet from the worst effects of climate change and environmental degradation. He will work alongside colleagues in the EP to strengthen the EU’s climate policy, and will put pressure on the UK government to secure a binding global agreement on emissions reductions. He says: “It’s time to start living on this planet as if we mean to stay.” Keith will also push for better regulation of the toxic chemicals in our everyday environment, and for more research into the environmental causes of diseases such as cancer.


Citizens will suffer under rules aimed to boost flights from European airports, says South East MEP - 16.4.2014

Sting for European Consumers and Beekeepers as Parliament votes against transparent honey labelling - 16.4.2014

Climate Change: The time for action is now - 15.4.2014

Keith supports beach clean up in Hampshire - 11.4.2014

Isle of Wight Food Bank: “A lifeline to those in need and a stain on the Government’s record.” - 11.4.2014

Letters and Replies

Correspondence about flooding - 8.4.2014

Correspondence about the European Union - 25.2.2014

Correspondence about civil and political rights - 5.8.2013

Correspondence about bees - 28.5.2013

Correspondence about electronic waste - 18.2.2013

In the Parliament

Parliamentary questions – nuclear energy - 28.3.2013

Parliamentary questions – Shale gas - 9.7.2012

Parliamentary questions- Swedish healthcare and UK citizens - 25.6.2012

Parliamentary questions – Health and safety in agriculture - 29.11.2011

Parliamentary questions – health and safety rights of posted workers - 15.6.2011


Food Bank Britain - 14.2.2014

Fracking briefing: Our countryside is not for shale - 4.11.2013

Greenvoice: Autumn 2013 - 25.9.2013

Fracking briefing – Europe - 9.9.2013

Fracking briefing – South East England - 9.9.2013


Manston Airport debate at The Marlowe Academy, 5th July 2013 - 6.7.2013

Speech to Agroforestry Event – 29th January 2013 - 29.1.2013

Speech to CAP reform event – European Parliament – 5 November 2012 - 15.11.2012

“Thames Airport proposal unnecessary, unrealistic and downright bonkers”, Southend, 10th February 2012 - 10.2.2012

Extracts from Extreme Energy speech, Occupy Portsmouth, 4th February, 2012 - 4.2.2012

To read about the work of Caroline Lucas, Green MEP for the South East from 1999 to May 2010 you can visit her archived website.