VoteClimate: Jill Mortimer MP: Climate-Related Speeches In Parliament

Jill Mortimer MP: Climate-Related Speeches In Parliament

Jill Mortimer is the Conservative MP for Hartlepool.

We have identified 4 Parliamentary Votes Related to Climate since 2021 in which Jill Mortimer could have voted.

Jill Mortimer is rated Anti for votes supporting action on climate. (Rating Methodology)

  • In favour of action on climate: 0
  • Against: 3
  • Did not vote: 1

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Jill Mortimer's Speeches In Parliament Related to Climate

We've found 2 Parliamentary debates in which Jill Mortimer has spoken about climate-related matters.

Here are the relevant sections of their speeches.

  • 23 May 2023: Topical Questions

    Does my right hon. Friend agree that we need to seize the unique opportunity in Hartlepool by commissioning an advanced modular reactor for our soon-to-be decommissioned site, to secure jobs and skills and to make Teesside a world-leading area for green energy?

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  • 20 Oct 2021: Carbon Capture and Storage

    17:54

    It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mrs Miller. I am grateful for the opportunity to speak in this debate on carbon capture and storage, which follows the truly fantastic news that the UK’s first decarbonised industrial cluster—the east coast cluster—will be based in Teesside in the north-east. The cluster will provide the region with more than 25,000 jobs by 2050 and bring in upwards of £2 billion in investment. 9,000 jobs will be created in construction alone.

    It is undeniable that carbon capture and storage, which has the potential to halve the cost of achieving net zero by 2050, will be crucial to ensuring that the UK meets its commitments on climate change. Furthermore, CCS is capable of producing hydrogen, which is the fuel of the future, with near zero greenhouse gas emissions. My Teesside colleagues present will know that my enthusiasm for hydrogen is one of the many reasons why I have been fighting so hard, both here in Parliament and in my constituency, for a new nuclear reactor for Hartlepool power station, beyond the current plans for decommissioning in 2024. Just as we cannot achieve net zero by 2050 without carbon capture and storage, we cannot do it without nuclear.

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