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    Greening Britain's Infrastructure reception in Parliament

    Policy Connect hosted the National Infrastructure Commission and speakers from across the political spectrum to discuss what infrastructure the UK should be prioritising to build in the future.

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    New Report: "Is staying online costing the Earth?"

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    Is staying online costing the Earth? looks at the carbon footprint and energy consumption of different parts of the internet, as well as the potential for internet-connected tech to enable further reductions in carbon emissions in other sectors in the UK.

    This report has been co-chaired by Antoinette Sandbach MP, Conservative Member of Parliament for Eddisbury and member of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee; and Daniel Zeichner MP, Labour Member of Parliament for Cambridge. It was launched to Parliament on 20th February 2018.

    This report was covered in the Guardian.

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    Lancet Countdown report authors present findings to Parliament

    On 21 November, a joint meeting hosted by the All-Party Parliamentary Climate Group, the All-Party Parliamentary Health Group, the Lancet Countdown and the UK Health Alliance on Climate Change took place in the Macmillan Room in Portcullis House.

    The discussion was chaired by Daniel Zeichner MP, former Shadow Transport Minister and Labour MP for Cambridge; and Baroness Walmsley, former Liberal Democrat Spokesperson on Health.

    Speakers included Dr Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of the Lance; Prof. Hugh Montgomery, co-chair of the Lancet Countdown; Prof. Georgina Mace, Lancet Countdowon 2017 report co-author; and Prof. Sir Andy Haines, former Director of the LSHTM.

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The APPCCG is the leading forum informing the climate change discussion between parliamentarians, business leaders, NGOs and academics.  

We are a coalition of leading businesses, parliamentarians and organisations informing better policy-making in government. The APPCCG aims to put climate change mitigation and adaptation and at the core of policy making and political activity in Parliament.

The APPCCG aims to encourage effective policymaking in Westminster through a number of key events, roundtable discussions and fundamental research activity.