Local Conservatives react to World Environment day

Friday 5th June 2020 was World Environment day,
many local Conservatives came out in support of the day
and joined the calls for more action to tackle climate change and other environmental concerns.

South Cambridgeshire MP Anthony Browne:

Glad to join so many colleagues from @CEN_HQ on #WorldEnvironmentDay2020 .🌳
We have a duty to current and future generations to protect our environment and deliver on our ambitious green agenda.


Cllr Heather Williams, Conservative Leader at South Cambs District Council (The Mordens ward):

I think its really important that those of us across the political and non-political spectrum, stand together and show our support for real change in protecting the environment.

I am proud of my groups record at South Cambs District Council, of working together cross party to really make a difference in the climate emergency.


Cllr Lina Nieto, Cambridgeshire County Council (Hardwick Division):

Today is #WorldEnvironmentDay2020, To care for ourselves we must care for nature.
Every little action counts and what we do individually will make a difference.🌳


Cllr Ruth Betson, South Cambs District Council (Cambourne ward):

Our #COP26 President @AlokSharma_RDG is marking
🌳🌳 #WorldEnvironmentDay2020 🌳🌳
with a £64 million package of funding and support for tropical rainforests in Colombia. #LoveLifeAppreciateLife


World Environment Day was established in 1974,
the idea behind it is to engage with governments, businesses, celebrities and citizens across the globe
to focus their efforts on tackling environmental issues, and encourage people to UNITE, FOR NATURE!