MP takes part in Question Time on climate change

November 24, 2009 10:55 AM
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Cambridge residents will be questioning MP David Howarth on global warming and the importance of the Copenhagen climate change negotiations during Question Time on Friday (November 27).

Mr Howarth will join a panel of politicians chaired by Sir David King, the former Government Chief Scientific Advisor, who will explain to the audience why the Copenhagen negotiations are so important.

The event is being organised by Cambridge Carbon Footprint and Stop Climate Chaos Coalition and will take place at the Emmanuel United Reformed Church in Trumpington Street.

Mr Howarth said: "I welcome this debate. Hopefully it will give people the chance to raise their questions and concerns about this vitally important issue and understand what action politicians can take to address it.

"Climate change is the most dangerous threat facing the world today. It is vital that world leaders meet this unprecedented crisis head-on and work together in Copenhagen to agree a global deal on climate change."

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