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¡UK Election Manifiesta! with E3G's Edward Matthew

¡UK Election Manifiesta! with E3G's Edward Matthew

E3G's Director of Campaigns on a political season like no other

Richard Delevan sits down with Edward Matthew, Director of Campaigns at E3G, to discuss the crucial role of climate policy in the upcoming UK election. They delve into the manifestos of various political parties, exploring their commitments (or lack thereof) to climate action, and what this could mean for the future of the UK and the planet.

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Key Topics:

  • The current political climate in the UK and its impact on climate policy.

  • Analysis of party manifestos from the Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats, Greens, and Reform UK.

  • The implications of potential electoral outcomes for climate tech and environmental policy.

  • Edward Matthew's perspectives on the necessity for ambitious climate action and the economic opportunities of a green transition.

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