OFFICERS - CIVIL SERVANTS

  MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT IN THE UK, HOUSING, JOBS, CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY

 

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The United Kingdom elects members, locally and nationally and those members employ (appoint) civil servants to carry out the function of their office. Nationally, these are known as the Secretaries of State. Locally, the employees are civilians that are qualified to carry out specific administration tasks, such as solicitors, accountants, town planner and waste disposal professionals.

 

We are concerned that those who are employed carry out their jobs with a high degree of integrity and efficiency. There are those who are good at their job, and there are those who are bad at their job. Occasionally, an officer shines and then sometimes as officer is perpetually under performing - and worse - covering up their lack of performance such as to cost the tax payer a great deal of money in failing to admit to mistakes.

 

COUNCIL OFFICERS

 

Ashley Brown

Beverly Boakes

Charlie Lant

Charmain Alcock - Ditto

Chris (Cristine) Arnold

Christine Nuttall

Craig Moon

Daniel Goodwin

David Phillips

David Whibley

Derek Holness

Geoff Johnson

Geoff Kavanagh

George Morham White

Ian Kay - I.M. Kay

J Douglas Moss

J Henham

Julian Black

Kelvin Williams

Kevin Stewart

Lesley Barakchizadeh

M. Wakeford

Marina Brigginshaw

Martyn Garrett

Mike Flemming

Niall Mileman

Patrick Coffey

Ralph Forder

Richard Mercer

Rowan Meagher

Sheelagh Douglas

Steve White

Thomas William Hoy

Trevor Abbott

Trevor Scott

Vic (Victorio) Scarpa

 

 

SECRETARIES OF STATE

 

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ABOUT THE CLIMATE CHANGE TRUST

 

Our job is to help officials to work towards a Circular Economy where they sometimes lose their way because of the day to day chores such as bin emptying and road sweeping. These are important functions but housekeeping tends to cloud issues and clutter a desk that should be tasked for a secure future. Our job is then to help those in local and national Government to focus on the important issues of our time.

 

WHAT IS A CIRCULAR ECONOMY

 

A circular economy is one that is equitable - and for that reason sustainable. The "Circular Economy" is a United Nations objective and a European Commission target that is generally endorsed by most other nations around the world. The fact that we may be exiting Europe with Brexit high on the political agenda, does not diminish the duty we owe to protect the natural world from human waste. Just as importantly, we need to provide affordable housing for future generations and aim towards a society where not so many people can exploit the system for personal gain. That is not to say that businesses should not make a profit. Profits are needed for forward investment, provided that they are not the fruit of immoral earnings. Here we are talking about financial slavery and the modern poverty trap created by the renting society we have created.

 

We hope to show politicians that clean energy and high quality pre-fabricated housing can help them to achieve their political ambitions. We are advocated of clean transport such as electric vehicles and we want to do what we can to help politicians understand the full import of plastic packaging as it affects our future food security.

 

These are the important issues that we hope to bring into focus for the benefit of all the citizens of the United Kingdom.

 

 

LINKS

 

https://www.lgbce.org.uk/

 

 

 

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