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6 October 2020updated 09 Sep 2021 1:30pm

Watch: NS and ScottishPower webinar on steps to a sustainable recovery

Wes Streeting MP, Dhara Vyas, Emma Pinchbeck and Keith Anderson discuss the policy framework needed for a green recovery.

By NS Events

The pandemic has necessitated the stimulation of national economic growth, but doing this in a way that is sustainable and resilient is critical. In order for net zero carbon emissions to become a reality, there are actions we can take which will create the right energy environment and, in doing so, create the jobs and investment that will deliver sustainable returns for the economy, people and communities. What are these strategies and what should the roadmap to a green recovery look like?

On 24 September, the New Statesman virtually convened its annual conference during Labour week, with a series of panel events, interviews and guest speeches from some of the Labour party’s most senior members, as well as business leaders and experts. An online panel discussion and live Q&A, sponsored by ScottishPower, explored these key issues. The panel, chaired by New Statesman former deputy editor Jon Bernstein, brought Wes Streeting MP, Citizens Advice head of future energy services Dhara Vyas, Energy UK CEO Emma Pinchbeck and ScottishPower CEO Keith Anderson to discuss the policy framework we need to achieve a sustainable recovery

Watch the session back here:

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