Ed Davey outlines Lib Dems’ five ‘green’ laws

  With the General Election just a few months away, Energy Secretary Ed Davey outlined the five laws his party – the Liberal Democrats – is planning to propose for […]

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By Priyanka Shrestha
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With the General Election just a few months away, Energy Secretary Ed Davey outlined the five laws his party – the Liberal Democrats – is planning to propose for a greener Britain.

He told ELN his idea is to go “a bit further than we’ve been able to in the Coalition with our Conservative colleagues”.

They proposals are: a Nature Bill, Green Transport Bill, Zero Waste Bill, Green Homes Bill and Zero Carbon Britain Bill.

Mr Davey said: “We want a programme for Government so we can – whether it’s in Coalition negotiations or as an active Opposition – make sure we’re championing this agenda. It’s something that we fought for in this Government and we’ll continue to fight for after the election.”