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General Election 2024 – what are your candidates’ views? #GE2024

In the run up to the General Election on Thursday 4th July 2024, Manchester Friends of the Earth will be asking the parliamentary candidates standing for election in Greater Manchester to let voters know what they think about key environmental issues.

On 4 July 2024, people across the country will head to the polls to vote for their future MPs. This is a key moment for our movement, as whoever wins the next election will set the course for whether the UK meets crucial climate targets, safeguards our health and wellbeing now, and protects our planet for future generations.

We need to use this opportunity to mobilise our communities, build and strengthen relationships with our current and future decision makers, and demand that action on climate and nature is embedded into the political agenda for years to come.

General election 2024 manifestos: final scores

The 2024 election manifestos of Labour, the Conservatives, the Liberal Democrats and the Green Party have been ranked against 40 key policies. Find out which party comes out on top

State of the Environment – find out key environmental data near you!

With the General Election fast approaching, there’s never been a more critical time to understand the challenges local voters care about. Access a range of data bespoke to your constituency with the Friends of the Earth – State of the Environment tool – use it to start a conversation with your parliamentary candidates and help drive positive change.

For parliamentary candidates – completing the election survey

If you are a General Election parliamentary candidate in Greater Manchester please complete the survey.

Complete the online survey (Google form)

More information

For details of the election survey questions and background information

See what your General Election candidates think….

We wouldn’t dream of telling people which way to vote but we think all voters have the right to know where candidates stand on key environmental issues that will affect all our lives, such as the air pollution public health crisis and the need to create the jobs and skills training opportunities to tackle the youth unemployment, affordable and warm housing and the climate emergency.

Members of the public can find out about their candidates’ views and use Twitter to ask their local constituency candidates to complete the General election environment survey.

Survey Results (as responses come in)

Individual candidate responses

Question responses grouped by political party

Candidates who responded by local area

United for Warm Homes – the energy crisis and how we can solve it.

The energy crisis has made one thing clear: our housing stock and energy systems are broken. Without rapid, meaningful action, we’ll face continuous hardship. The United for Warm Homes campaign has produced ‘energy crisis’ briefing sheets for each of the Greater Manchester constituencies – and some suggestions on how to raise this issue with your election candidates.

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