Caroline Lucas is the Member of Parliament for Brighton Pavilion and leader of the Green Party of England and Wales. She is the UK’s first Green MP. Caroline is a Co-Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Fuel Poverty and Energy Efficiency, and Vice Chair of the Public and Commercial Services, Sustainable Housing, and Animal Welfare APPGs. She also sits on the Environmental Audit Committee. Caroline was voted the UK’s most ethical politician in 2007, 2009 and 2010 by readers of the Observer. She was named ‘Newcomer of the Year’ in the 2010 Spectator Parliamentarian awards, and was awarded ‘MP of the Year’ in the Dods & Scottish Widows Women in Public Life 2011 awards.
The ECRA exists to promote – universal human rights, environmental sustainability and animal welfare. It does so by providing information on consumer issues which empowers individuals and organisations to act ethically in the market place.
The national association represents farmers’ markets. A farmers’ market is one in which farmers, growers or producers from a defined local area are present in person to sell their own produce, direct to the public.
Redfield is an Intentional Community situated in North Buckinghamshire, England. The house is a large old mansion with 17 acres of gardens, woodland and pasture surrounded by farmland.
UHC Collective exists to produce and promote quality art and graphics concerned with the fundamental social phenomena of power relations, economics and the environment.