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 is the UK Champion for Adaptation and Resilience for the UK's Presidency of the COP 26 climate summit and her role focuses on helping devloping 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.


Anne-Marie's interview for What a Wonderful World Trust

The charity What a Wonderful World Trust held a climate action day in Alnwick on 22 October.

Anne-Marie recorded an interview for the event, exploring her own evolving views on climate change, and how we can all make a difference to the future health of our planet.

MP praises Morpeth coffee business's green credentials

MP praises Morpeth coffee business's green credentials

Anne-Marie Trevelyan, MP for Berwick-upon-Tweed and Energy Minister, visited Northumberland coffee business Caribe Coffee outside Morpeth this week to learn more about the efforts they are taking to improve their sustainability.

MP praises local schoolchildren’s climate efforts

MP for Berwick-upon-Tweed, Energy Minister and COP26 Champion Anne-Marie Trevelyan, visited local schoolchildren at Lowick and Holy Island CofE First Schools today to listen to their ideas on how to reduce the impact of climate change.

World Oceans Day

Today is World Oceans Day, and a fitting time to talk about how the UK is a world-leader in protecting the world's oceans and the habitats and species they support:


How is the UK leading the international effort?

MP welcomes local energy insfrastructure investment

This week my department BEIS (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) together with Ofcom announced the shortlisted projects to receive over £300million in funding for energy infrastructure projects.