Welwyn Hatfield Liberal Democrat candidate Paul Zukowskyj has pledged to make climate crisis a deal-breaker in how he votes in Parliament.
At the national level, Lib Dems have committed to spend £100bn on combating the climate emergency and have set out a clear plan to tackle the climate crisis.
Across a five-year Parliament, Liberal Democrats will spend and invest an extra £100 billion of public finance on climate action and environmental preservation. This includes a new £10 billion renewable power fund to leverage in over £100 billion of extra private climate investment. This will fast-track deployment of clean energy, to make Britain not just the world leader in offshore wind, but also the global number one in tidal power too.
Locally, in Welwyn Hatfield, the Liberal Democrats have a strong track record in ensuring the climate change emergency is top of the agenda.
Welwyn Hatfield Liberal Democrat candidate Paul Zukowskyj said: “As your MP, I’ll make the climate crisis a deal-breaker in how I vote in Parliament. I’ll vote to support measures that help us rapidly cut greenhouse gas emissions and build a fairer and greener society.
“That is why I have signed the Friends of the Earth pledge. As a university lecturer, I understand the science and KNOW climate change is real and a real emergency – happening now.
“That is why in Welwyn Hatfield the Liberal Dems took the lead in declaring a climate emergency and why I personally signed up a decade ago to green electricity and five years ago to green gas supply. As your MP, I will take action on day one to ensure our children can breathe cleaner air and live healthier lives.”