The aim of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Limits to Growth is to provide a new platform for cross-party dialogue on economic growth in a time of environmental and social transition. The APPG is chaired by Caroline Lucas MP (Green) and co-chaired by George Kerevan MP (SNP) and Daniel Zeichner MP (Labour). Its principal aims will be:
- to create the space for cross-party dialogue on specific economic risks related to environmental and social limits;
- to assess the evidence for such limits, identify the risks and build support for appropriate responses; and
- to contribute to the international debate on redefining prosperity and measures of growth.
The full membership of the APPG includes the following parliamentarians:
Baron Howarth (Labour)
Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb (Green)
George Kerevan MP (SNP)
Caroline Lucas MP (Green)
Baron Oxburgh (Crossbench)
David Puttnam MP (Labour)
Baron Skidelsky (Crossbench)
Baron Turner of Ecchinswell (Crossbench)
Alan Whitehead MP (Labour)
Daniel Zeichner MP (Labour)
The APPG on Limits to Growth is an officially recognised cross-party group of MPs and Lords in the UK Parliament. The membership of the group is restricted to Members of the House of Commons and the House of Lords. If you would like to be kept informed about the group’s activities, please subscribe to the mailing list or follow us on Twitter and Facebook. The secretariat for the APPG on Limits to Growth is provided by the ESRC Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP) at the University of Surrey.