Green Labour and a popular environmentalism

Grand Committee Room, Houses of Parliament.

Event starts:

The Fabians are teaming up with Labour’s Policy Review once more to host a debate on  Labour’s approach to the green agenda. Featuring:

Ruth Davis (Chief Policy Adviser Greenpeace UK)

Michael Jacobs (Visiting Professor LSE)

Caroline Flint MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change)

Natan Doron (Senior Researcher, Fabian Society)

Chair: Lord Stewart Wood (Shadow Cabinet Minister without portfolio)

How can Labour create a popular environmental politics grounded in people’s love of home and local place, and in reform of the economy for low carbon economic growth and job creation?

The best entrance for the Grand Committee Room is St. Stephen’s Entrance. Please add 15 minutes to your journey to pass through security at the Houses of Parliament as queues can often be long. The event will be running from 17:30-19:00

This event is organised jointly with Labour’s Policy Review

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