Left Foot Forward is hosting a discussion about green growth in the UK - both at the Labour Party Conference in Brighton.
Should we drop green growth?
Left Foot Forward is hosting a discussion about green growth in the UK – both at the Labour Party Conference in Brighton, on our website and through Twitter using the hashtag #greengrowth
Should we drop green growth during austerity?
Come to the discussion on Monday, 23 September 2013 at 13:30 in the Hilton Brighton Metropole Hotel, Preston Room (secure zone).
Even if you can’t attend, follow the hashtag #greengrowth on Twitter starting at 13:30 Monday, 23 September – we will be reading out responses and questions to the panel and your comment may even be responded to on the Left Foot Forward blog.
The panel includes:
Iain Wright MP
Sue Riddlestone, Chief Executive and Co-Founder, BioRegional
Paul Ekins, Professor of Resources and Environmental Policy, Director, UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources (by Paul: Green Economy: the what, why and how: http://www.leftfootforward.org/2013/09/green-economy-the-what-why-and-how/)
Matt Sexton, Director at Kingfisher and Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at B&Q, acting Director, Net Positive
James Bloodworth (Chair), Editor, Left Foot Forward
How should Labour respond to the cuts, the Energy Bill and fracking? Get your voice heard by commenting on Left Foot Forward and participating using the Twitter hashtag #greengrowth
Please spread the word to those who might be able to attend or who may be interested in participating online.
This event is held in partnership with BioRegional and UCL Public Policy. UKYCC (UK Youth Climate Coalition), our Youth Link Partner for this event, will also be responding to your comments.
We have everything to gain from a green economy, and a generation to lose if we abandon it: http://www.leftfootforward.org/2013/09/the-right-sort-of-recovery/ – Adam Dyster, government liaison officer for UKYCC (UK Youth Climate Coalition).Like this article? Sign up to Left Foot Forward's weekday email for the latest progressive news and comment - and support campaigning journalism by making a donation today.