Hillier to deliver first keynote address on Labour's green policy direction
In the first of a new series of events, BusinessGreen will this month host a keynote address from Meg Hillier, MP, in which the Shadow Energy and Climate Change Secretary will for the first time offer a detailed insight into the opposition's low carbon policy thinking.
The speech will take place at 6pm on July 14 in Committee Room 6 at the Palace of Westminster. Attendance is now fully booked.
Green executives and industry leaders can expect to gain an invaluable insight into where the opposition plans to support and challenge the government's low carbon strategy, and receive the first detailed overview of how Labour's own policy review is progressing. The speech will also offer an assessment of Labour's green legacy and review the coalition's progress to date.
The speech will be followed by a question and answer session hosted by BusinessGreen editor James Murray during which Hillier will take questions from the audience.
This first event will be followed by further BusinessGreen political keynotes in the autumn.
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