Panel will discuss environmental implications of staying vs leaving the union
The LI will host a debate on the impacts on the environment of leaving the EU, prior to the public referendum on 23 June. ‘The EU: Leave or remain, what does it mean for the UK’s environment?’ takes place on 7 June at Arup’s London offices.
Chairing the debate will be John Vidal, environment editor of the Guardian, with the opposing political points of view put by MPs George Eustice (leave), and Kerry McCarthy (remain).
LI members will also hear from Merrick Denton-Thompson, President-elect of the LI, and current President Noel Farrer, with an opportunity to ask questions at the end.
The event runs from 9.30-11.30am. Tickets are free but should be reserved
The Landscape Institute has also published a briefing on the EU referendum. You can read it LI policy.
Find more information about the debate and other forthcoming LI happenings on our events page