What has the EU done for West Yorkshire's Environment?

Hilary will be taking part in a debate at the Leeds Carriageworks Theatre on Friday 13th May at 7pm to discuss the EU Referendum and its implications for the environment.

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’?
 
Join in the debate on these crucial questions with Hilary and other speakers including, Dr. Charlotte Burns, University of York, expert in EU environmental policy, Mike Childs, Friends of the Earth, Policy and Campaigns manage and Louise Wilkinson, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, Conservation Policy and Campaigns manager.

Book your free tickets today here.
 
This is a fantastic opportunity to find out what the referendum on our EU membership means for our environment, for regulating pollution and tackling climate change.

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