Addressing climate change

28 January 2009

Lord Browne of Madingley (Crossbench) will call attention to the political aspects of addressing climate change in a debate this Thursday, 29 January, in the House of Lords Chamber after 11.30am.

Other Members scheduled to take part include:

  • Lord Broers (Crossbench); member of the Science and Technology Sub-Committee on Energy Efficiency
  • Lord Dixon-Smith (Conservative); former Opposition spokesperson for Environment
  • Lord Hannay of Chiswick (Crossbench); noted political interest in energy policy and climate change
  • Lord Giddens (Labour); Institute for Public Policy Research
  • Lord Jenkin of Roding (Conservative); former Secretary of State for Industry and for the Environment. Chaired the Science and Technology Committee inquiry on Science and Society
  • Lord May of Oxford (Crossbench); former Chief Scientist and member of the Climate Change Committee
  • Lord Redesdale (Liberal Democrat); spokesperson for Energy
  • Lord Smith of Finsbury (Labour); Chairman of the Environment Agency
  • Baroness Wilcox (Conservative); Opposition spokesperson for energy and climate change
  • Lord Hunt of Kings Heath (Labour); Minister of State and Government spokesperson for Defra and of Energy and Climate Change.

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