The Environmental Audit Committee will hold the final public evidence hearing on its Well-being inquiry at 2.30 pm on Wednesday 15 January in the Thatcher Room, Portcullis House.
Purpose of session
The EAC is winding up its well-being inquiry by taking evidence from Cabinet Office Minister Nick Hurd MP and officials. Likely topics for discussion include the work of the Natural Capital Committee and the latest ONS well-being survey results. More widely, the Committee will explore how well-being data can inform practical policy making.
- Nick Hurd MP, Minister for Civil Society, Cabinet Office
- Dr David Halpern, Head of Behavioural Insights Team and What Works Champion, Cabinet Office
- Michele Pittini, Deputy Director, Sustainable Land and Rural Evidence and Analysis, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs