One day conference offering delegates the change to quiz the three main parties on their environmental commitments ahead of next year's election
This one-day conference will be bring together cross party political leaders, influential industry clients, environmental experts and the extensive supply chain that serves the industry - to keep environmental issues central to the on-going political debate so that they form a key part of all main parties' general election manifestos.
Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss for the Conservatives, her Labour shadow Maria Eagle and Duncan Brack of the Liberal Democrats will set out each of the main party's plans and take questions from delegates.
Other key topics that will be discussed include ‘Building the Green Economy' and ‘Greening our Cities'.
The Conference is taking place on the 2nd December 2014 at Pinsent Masons, 30 Crown Place, London, EC2A 4ES.
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