COP26 President, Alok Sharma, will visit Winchester next month to answer questions from local residents.
The Reading MP, who chaired the landmark Glasgow climate summit last year, will be in the City on the evening of Thursday 7th April at an event organised by Steve Brine.
The session is the latest in Mr Brine’s ASKtheMINISTER series which has previously focused on issues such as international aid, the future of the Royal Hampshire County Hospital and local train services.
He says; “COP26 was the biggest gathering of countries to-date and agreed important actions to tackle climate change and reduce emissions. Other world events, including in Ukraine of course, may have rightly taken the media attention but this important work goes on at pace and Alok remains COP President for the rest of this year.
“He is a seriously impressive colleague and a good friend so I hope we can have a really interesting evening looking at the COP actions agreed last year and the Government’s ambitious net zero plan.”
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