The Energy and Climate Change Committee will hold the final public evidence hearing of its inquiry 'Low-Carbon growth links with China' at 10.15 am on Tuesday 13 March in the Grimond Room, Portcullis House
Who will give evidence?
Panel 1 at 10.15 am
- John MacArthur, Vice President CO2 Policy, Shell
- Alistair Guthrie, Global Sustainable Buildings Design Leader, Arup
- Peter Budd, Vice Chairman, China-Britain Business Council, and Director, Arup
Panel 2: 11.00 am
- Gregory Barker MP, Minister of State, Department of Energy and Climate Change,
- Henry Bellingham MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and officials
All timings are approximate.
Which issues will be covered?
- How can China and the UK work together to create an economy geared for sustainable, low-carbon growth?
- Where are the opportunities for mutually beneficial low-carbon cooperation between the UK and China?
- Are there opportunities for the UK and China to work together in developing low-carbon models of growth?
- What are the opportunities for developing new low-carbon technologies?
- What impact could cooperation between the UK and China have on international climate change talks?