Committee takes evidence on adapting to climate change

02 December 2009

The House of Lords European Union Environment and Agriculture Sub-Committee takes evidence at 11am from Natural England, the independent public body that seeks to protect and improve England’s natural environment.

The Environment and Agriculture Sub-Committee is conducting an inquiry into how EU policies can assist the adaptation of agriculture and forestry to climate change.

Appearing before the Committee from Natural England will be

  • Dr Tom Tew, Chief Scientist
  • Geoff Radley, Principal Scientist
  • Rosie Manise, Principal Scientist

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