Anne-Marie is a passionate advocate for our natural environment, preserving our vital habitats, combating climate change and supporting the creation of green jobs. She was the UK Champion for Adaptation and Resilience for the UK's Presidency of the COP 26 climate summit and her role focused on helping developing nations cope with the climate shocks they are experiencing.
This page is a collation of her work locally, nationally and internationally to preserve our planet for future generations.
Last week I went to inspect the Northumbrian Water (NWL) Spittal storm overflow, which recently had £50 million of investment approved to reduce spills: teamtrevelyan.co.uk/news/monthly-column-april-2023
Many know that His Majesty King Charles III has long expressed a deep love for our unique wildlife, nature and rural places, holding conservation charity patronages such as the Wildlife Trusts, and frequently reflecting on his love of walking and its role in promoting health and wellbeing.
Northumberland residents are rightly passionate about the special environment and wildlife we’re lucky to have, and the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2023 results – the UK’s biggest citizen science wildlife survey – prove it.
Protecting our beautiful and unique landscape here in north Northumberland is an issue close to my heart. Our rivers, waterways and beaches are a key part of that landscape – such as Bamburgh beach, my kids’ favourite!
Rt Hon Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP, has expressed her delight that Defra has officially confirmed today it will no longer be proceeding with Lindisfarne as one of its candidate Highly Protected Marine Areas (HPMAs).
The most urgent challenges we face as a country are growing our economy and tackling climate change. So often portrayed as competing priorities, they are in fact wholly compatible and mutually supportive.