Moving with the times: why Britain must green its transport and infrastructure

SERA - Labour's Environment Campaign in partnership with Tideway and Campaign for Better Transport

LOCATION Blundell Street Restaurant, 63-65, Blundell Street. L1 0AJ. A few minutes walk from the conference hall.
DATE Tuesday 25th September
TIME 12:45 - 14:00

Refreshments provided

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



  • Chair – Daniel Zeichner MP – Member, Transport Committee and former Shadow Transport Minister
  • Rachael Maskell MP - Shadow Transport Minister
  • Lord Andrew Adonis - Former Transport Secretary and former chair of the National Infrastructure Commission 
  • Lilian Greenwood MP - Chair of the Transport Committee
  • Stephen Joseph – Executive Director, Campaign for Better Transport
  • Cllr Liam Robinson – Portfolio holder for Transport & Air Quality, Liverpool City Region
  • Lucy Webster – External Affairs Director, Tideway
  • Venn Chesterton – Sustainable Transport Expert

With transport a quarter of the UK’s greenhouse emissions and the main source of air pollution in cities, leadership must be demonstrated to green and clean the country’s infrastructure. It can be a win, win - creating jobs, improving our health, and meeting our climate change commitments to slow global warming. But, we must change how and what we build and fund, and how we travel. How can we put the environment at the heart of infrastructure and deliver sustainable transport


  • September 25, 2018 at 12:45pm – 2pm
  • Blundell Street Restaurant, Blundell Street, L1 0AJ
  • Phillip

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