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Cambridge Climate Lecture Series

Daniel Zeichner MP

Climate Change in the Context of UK Politics

Daniel Zeichner MP will present the current status quo of how climate change is being discussed and acted upon within British politics. He will also seek to layout how Labour's position on climate change differs from the current government. Given Daniel's role as the Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Future Generations, Daniel will set out how his party will enact policy to face the challenges of meeting the obligations to future generations.

Thursday 2 March 2023 7.00–8.30 pm

Location: Winstanley Lecture Theatre - Trinity College Garret Hostel Lane Cambridge CB2 1TJ United Kingdom

Live stream information to follow on the Cambridge Climate Lecture Series website.

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Short bio: Daniel Zeichner (born 9 November 1956) is a British politician who has served as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Cambridge since 2015. Zeichner is an Executive Member of SERA – Labour's Environment Campaign[22] and the Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Future Generations.

All welcome. Food and drinks served after the talk.

Professor Sir David MacKay 1967–2016 was an Honorary Fellow of Trinity College and the Cambridge Climate Lecture Series was set up in his memory.  

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