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What has the EU ever done for Manchester's environment?
Thu 16 June 2016, 18:30 – 20:00 BST
The referendum on Europe is one of the biggest decisions in a generation. But what has the European Union done for the UK‘s environment? If the environment had a vote, would it be ‘In’ or ‘Out’?
Join Friends of the Earth and Environmentalists for Europe in Manchester on Thursday 16 June, to find out the answers to these critical questions.
Come and engage in an exciting discussion with our keynote speakers:
Joan Walley - Chair of the Aldersgate Group, former Labour MP and former chair of the Environmental Audit Select Committee
Lord Deben (John Gummer) - Former Secretary of State for the Environment and Minister of Agriculture Fisheries and Food
Dr Charlotte Burns - University of York, expert in EU environmental policy
Sam Lowe - Friends of the Earth EU referendum campaigner
Anne Selby - CEO of Lancashire Wildlife Trust
Book your free tickets to bag your seat today!
Friends of the Earth (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) is in favour of the UK remaining a member of the EU. Here are our reasons for taking this position.
Seats are limited and are on a first come, first served basis.
Looking forward to seeing you there
(Promoted by Anne Schiffer on behalf of Friends of the Earth Trust, registered charity no. 281681, company no. 1533942, of The Printworks, 1st Floor, 139 Clapham Road, SW9 0HP)