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RECEPTION: 4pm-6pm, Terrace Pavilion, House of Commons
(SEMINAR: 1.30pm-3.15pm, One Birdcage Walk, Westminster – PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE)
This reception marks the start of an initiative to bring the climate change and air quality communities closer together and to help ensure that UK vehicle and transport fuel policy is most effectively oriented towards tackling these twin threats.
The news that London has already breached annual pollution limits just one week into 2016, and that the Government has announced plans to introduce Clean Air Zones in five areas by 2020, provides a timely opportunity to discuss the benefits of the lower carbon and air quality communities working together. This Parliamentary reception and seminar will include the announcement of a joint, high-level communiqué agreed between the lower carbon and air quality communities.
Join us to meet guests and exhibitors from the policy-making community, automotive and fuel supply chains, academics and environment groups.
A seminar at One Birdcage Walk will precede the reception which will discuss how coordinated policy action can serve both agendas and mitigate any areas of potential conflict.
We would like to thank Cenex for their support with this event. Cenex is a UK centre of excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies; a not-for-profit, independent consultancy and research organisation.
For more information about the events, please contact Fiona Gardner at Connect Communications on email@example.com or call 020 7592 9490.
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Date: Tuesday 1 March 2016
Time: 13.30 - 18.00
To express your interest in attending the reception, please click “Book Tickets” below. To add your name to the reserve list for the seminar, please check the box below. Confirmed places will be confirmed by email in February.
One Birdcage Walk, Westminster SW1H 9JJ
House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA