ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIT COMMITTEE

26 July 2006 ANNOUNCEMENT OF PUBLICATION


26 July 2006 ANNOUNCEMENT OF PUBLICATION

Trade, Development and the Environment:
The Role of DfID

Trade, Development and the Environment: The Role of DfID will be published as the Committee's Tenth Report of Session 2005-06, HC 1014, at 11.00 on Wednesday 16 August 2006.

Copies of the Report will be sent to all those who gave written or oral evidence to the Committee's inquiry. Organisations and representatives of the media may arrange, by E-mailing EAC staff on [email protected], or by faxing on 0207 219 1224, to collect copies of the Report from the Reception at 7 Millbank from 11am on Wednesday 16 August.

Once the Report has been published, copies can be obtained from TSO outlets and from the Parliamentary Bookshop, 12 Bridge Street, Parliament Square, London SW1A 2JX (020 7219 3890) by quoting House of Commons No. 1014.

The text of the Report will be available on the Committee's Internet homepage from 11.30am approximately, on Wednesday 16 August: www.parliament.uk/parliamentary_committees/environmental_audit_committee.cfm

Contact details

Press enquiries:

Laura Kibby 020 7219 0718

Other enquiries:

Mike Hennessy 020 7219 0248

Notes for Editors

The report published on 16 August 2006 by the Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) will be its Tenth Report of Session 2005-06, Trade, Development and the Environment, HC 1014. Details of all the Committee's press releases together with its Reports, oral evidence and other publications, are available on the Committee's website at: www.parliament.uk/parliamentary_committees/environmental_audit_committee.cfm

The Environmental Audit Committee

Under the terms of the Standing Order No. 152A the Environmental Audit Committee is to consider to what extent the policies and programmes of government departments and non-departmental public bodies contribute to environmental protection and sustainable development: to audit their performance against such targets as may be set for them by her Majesty's Ministers; and to report thereon to the House. The Committee was set up on 13 July 2005.