climate and


An organisation working across the labour movement to strengthen climate and environmental ambition

Labour Climate and Environment Forum believes that tackling the climate and environment emergency is an issue of social justice and economic prosperity that should sit comfortably at the heart of the movement as a core labour value. The UK can only keep its global standing as a leader in this field if we have a strong labour movement producing the ideas and solutions needed to transition to the zero pollution, zero waste, naturally thriving world we all want to see. And only if this transition has equity, fairness and social justice at its heart will we be able to tackle the most significant long-term threat we face – climate and ecological breakdown.

Who we are

Stay up-to date with all of LCEF’s recent reports, briefings and comment.

  • Comment

    Labour’s green plan will do far more than help the planet, jobs and bills alone

    Jan 2024
  • Essays

    Climate, Justice and Jobs: What a Green Prosperity Plan means for the UK

    Jan 2024
  • Comment

    Labour Party Conference served up a new vision for the green economy

    Oct 2023
  • Comment

    After Sunak’s goalpost shifting, Labour conference showed a party fully committed to climate action

    Oct 2023
  • Press

    Investor data shows support for stronger green policy, says LCEF

    Oct 2023
  • Comment

    For Labour to fully emerge as the party of business, Starmer must hold firm on the green agenda

    Sep 2023
  • Podcast

    What is the Labour Climate and Environment Forum? - The Green Alliance Podcast

    Mar 2023
  • Report

    Powering-up: the electoral benefits of Labour’s climate leadership

    Dec 2022

LCEF works with stakeholders and supporters from across the movement.

Its work is with Westminster, devolved Parliaments, local authorities and individuals across the country.  Our team comes from all parts of the labour movement. 

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