The Environment in Brexit Britain

On Tuesday 21st March, a week before the triggering of article 50, we held our first public event highlighting the impact of Brexit on the environment.

This was our panel of expert environmentalists from politics, the media and campaigning organisations.

Max Wakefield talks about the implications of Brexit on our efforts to tackle climate changeTom Brake MP – Liberal Democrats @ThomasBrake
James Murray – Editor Business Green @James_BG
Amy Mount – Green Alliance (co-ordinator of Greener UK) @ASmallAMount
Sam Lowe – Friends of the Earth @SamuelMarcLowe
Max Wakefield – 10:10 @wakmax
Esther Obiri-Darko – Green Party and Secondary School teacher @GreenTooting

 

 

Students from Northumberland Park Community School provide the voice of youthStudents from the Northumberland Park Community School Sustainability Committee @NPCS_Sustain also presented the work that they are doing in their school community.

The event was sponsored by Solar For Schools who gave an update on the great work that they are doing to help schools across the UK to install solar power. @solar_4schools

READ ABOUT THE EVENT

During the event panellists suggested a small and a large action that everyone can take to raise the profile of the environment at this crucial time.

ACTIONS THAT YOU CAN TAKE

The event was filmed, so if you missed it you can watch all the talks to gain an understanding of the issues which are so important given that we have a big choice to make in the upcoming general election about the direction and priorities for Brexit.

WATCH VIDEOS OF THE SPEAKERS

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