Environmental Audit Committee Press Notice

For Immediate Release

1st April 2009

NEW EVIDENCE SESSION

The role of carbon markets in preventing dangerous climate change

The Environmental Audit Committee is pleased to announce the second evidence session of its inquiry into the role of carbon markets in preventing dangerous climate change, which was launched on 27 January 2009.

Tuesday 21st April, Committee Room 8, Houses of Parliament

10.20

  • Matthew Farrow, Head of Environment, CBI
  • Murray Birt, Senior Policy Advisor, CBI
  • Gareth Stace, Head of Climate and Environment policy, EEF
  • Ian Rodgers, Director, UK Steel

11.00

  • Professor Michael Grubb, Chief Economist, Carbon Trust
  • Dr Thomas Counsell, Strategy Associate, Carbon Trust

FURTHER INFORMATION:

1. Membership:

Chairman: Mr Tim Yeo, MP

Gregory Barker MP Mr Nick Hurd MP Mrs Linda Riordan MP

Mr Martin Caton MP Jane Kennedy MP* Mr Graham Stuart MP

Colin Challen MP Mark Lazarowicz MP Jo Swinson MP

Mr David Chaytor MP Mr Ian Liddell-Grainger MP Dr Desmond Turner MP

Martin Horwood MP Shahid Malik MP Joan Walley MP

* The Minister for the Environment has ex-officio membership of the Committee in like manner to the Financial Secretary's membership of the Committee of Public Accounts

2. More information on the Committee's reports can be found on the Committee website at: www.parliament.uk/parliamentary_committees/environmental_audit_committee.cfm

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Gordon Clarke, 020 7219 0248 or via email: [email protected]

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