Cllr Laura Robertson-Collins - Climate Change Champion

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Dear Liverpool City Council,
As Cabinet Member for The Environment & Sustainability /LCC Climate Change Champion, Cllr Laura Robertson-Collins remit would obviously be to promote /defend the protection of the green environment, encourage /support /devise strategies to reduce carbon emissions and pollution in general.
Quote -" It is also about making sure we protect our natural environment."

In light of this extremely urgent climate emergency and the important Cabinet position held by Cllr Robertson-Collins, please supply links to the following information:

[1] Any council meeting / statement where Cllr Robertson-Collins spoke about the importance of saving Bixteth Gardens.

[2] Any council meeting / statement where Cllr Robertson-Collins spoke about the importance of saving the Flat Iron

[3] Any council meeting / statement where Cllr Robertson-Collins spoke about the importance of saving the Harthill Estate [Calderstones Park]

[4] Any council meeting / statement where Cllr Robertson-Collins spoke about the importance of stopping the expansion of John Lennon airport

[5] Any council meeting / statement where Cllr Robertson-Collins spoke about the importance of re-installing the three AURN Network 24/7 pollution monitoring stations that had been closed down in the city centre [2] and Queens Drive

Yours faithfully,

Josie Mullen

Dear Liverpool City Council,
Please add the following to my FOI:

[6] Any council meeting / statement where Cllr Robertson-Collins spoke about the importance of saving Melrose Meadows in Kirkdale

Yours faithfully,

Josie Mullen

Liverpool City Council

 
Dear Josie Mullen
 
Freedom of Information Act 2000
 
Thank you for your request for information that was received on 17 January
2020 concerning Dear Liverpool City Council,
As Cabinet Member for The Environment & Sustainability /LCC Climate Change
Champion, Cllr Laura Robertson-Collins remit would obviously be to promote
/defend the protection of the green environment, encourage /support
/devise strategies to reduce carbon emissions and pollution in general.
Quote -" It is also about making sure we protect our natural environment."

In light of this extremely urgent climate emergency and the important
Cabinet position held by Cllr Robertson-Collins, please supply links to
the following information:

[1] Any council meeting / statement where Cllr Robertson-Collins spoke
about the importance of saving Bixteth Gardens.

[2] Any council meeting / statement where Cllr Robertson-Collins spoke
about the importance of saving the Flat Iron

[3] Any council meeting / statement where Cllr Robertson-Collins spoke
about the importance of saving the Harthill Estate [Calderstones Park]

[4] Any council meeting / statement where Cllr Robertson-Collins spoke
about the importance of stopping the expansion of John Lennon airport

[5] Any council meeting / statement where Cllr Robertson-Collins spoke
about the importance of re-installing the three AURN Network 24/7
pollution monitoring stations that had been closed down in the city centre
[2] and Queens Drive

Yours faithfully,

Josie Mullen...
 
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Dear Liverpool City Council,
This is now overdue

Yours sincerely,

Josie Mullen