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Environmental Audit Committee
The deadline for written evidence has now passed. If you would like to submit a late piece of evidence please contact Committee staff.
The Environmental Audit Committee will investigate the effect of environmental damage and climate change on health. The inquiry will examine this emerging field, including the use of technology to mitigate risks, global interdisciplinary collaborations, and action taken by the UK Government. The Committee is particularly interested in the risks relating to nutrition for UK and global human populations.
Evidence given by Professor Georgina Mace, Professor of Biodiversity and Ecosystems, University College London, Dr Mark Mulligan, Head of the Department of Geography, King's College London, Professor Peter Cox, Professor of Climate System Dynamics, University of ExeterDr Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief, The Lancet, Sonia Roschnik, Director, Sustainable Development Unit, Matt Shardlow, Chief Executive Officer, BugLife- the Invertebrate Conservation Trust
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Environmental Audit Committee examines the state of Earth’s natural systems and the implications for human health