A Breath of Fresh Air: Labour Leading the Way on Air Quality

SERA – Labour’s Environment Campaign in association with ClientEarth, Tantalum & UK100

The Dome Room, Hotel du Vin, 2 Ship St
Monday 25 September, 12:45 – 14:00

* RSVP to this event via Eventbrite here*

*This event takes place outside of the secure zones, and is therefore accessible to all, including those without a conference pass*

  • Rachael Maskell MP
    Shadow Transport Minister
  • Leonie Cooper AM
    Chair of the Environment Committee, London Assembly
  • Cllr Judith Blake
    Leader of Leeds City Council and Co-Chair, UK100
  • Diana Holland
    Assistant General Secretary, Transport, Unite
  • James Thornton
    CEO, ClientEarth
  • Geraint Davies MP
    Rapporteur for Air Quality, Council of Europe
  • Melanie Smallman
    Co-Chair, SERA

Urgent action is needed to clean up our toxic air from all levels of government. On the national agenda the government has failed to act, but in our towns and cities Labour have a great opportunity to the lead the way.

From London to Liverpool, Labour cities are putting in place practical solutions and bold policy responses to tackle air pollution, despite the lack of additional funding and without any of the additional powers needed for effective action.

This public fringe event will bring together local leaders, unions and the Labour frontbench to discuss:

  • What best practice can be learnt from these leading cities?
  • How can more cities follow Labour’s lead?
  • How can local action be used to raise the pressure on Westminster to implement a National Clean Air Act?

* RSVP to this event via Eventbrite here*

  • September 25, 2017 at 12:45pm – 2pm
  • Dome Room

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