Tuesday, 7 June 2016

The Environment & the European Union

THE EU referendum is one of the biggest decisions we will face for a generation. But what would Brexit mean for the UK‘s environment? If the environment had a vote, would it be ‘In’ or ‘Out’?

Don't miss your chance to join the debate on these crucial questions on Thursday 16 June in Manchester, with our exciting set of speakers:
  • Lisa Nandy - Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change
  • Sam Lowe - Friends of the Earth EU referendum campaigner
  • Anna Selby - CEO of Lancashire Wildlife Trust
  • We Are Europe campaigner - to be confirmed
Will you join us on 16 June?

This is a fantastic opportunity to find out what the referendum on our EU membership means for our environment in and around Manchester, and how we can campaign for a fairer, more accountable EU.

Come and take part in this important discussion and have your questions answered by the experts, who will bring their knowledge and experiences to the conversation.

Make sure you bag your free seat as places are limited.

I hope to see lots of you there,

Best wishes,
Friends of the Earth

Promoted by Anne Schiffer on behalf of Friends of the Earth Trust, registered charity no. 281681, company no. 1533942, of The Printworks, 1st Floor, 139 Clapham Road, SW9 0HP

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