Ealing Transition’s Climate Hustings 24 April 2022

Ealing Transition’s climate hustings were enthusiastically attended, with more than 100 people filling the rows of St Mary’s church eager to hear candidates from the Lib Dems, Labour, the Conservative, and the Green Party share inspiration and serious ideas for tackling the climate and ecological emergency in Ealing.

We are grateful to Cllr Andrew Steed (Liberal Democrats), Cllr Deidre Costigan (Labour), Cllr Julian Gallant (Conservative), and Dr Kate Crossland (Green Party) for attending the event on behalf of their parties, and spend their evening with us.  We were also delighted to have as our chair, Dame Alice Hudson, Chief Executive of Twyford CofE Academy Trust.

Ealing Transition make this statement in line with good practice as indicated in Electoral Commission documents: “There are many candidates standing in this borough election. We have chosen to invite 4 from the major national political parties: Conservatives, Liberal Democrats, Labour and the Green Party. We consider that the candidates we have invited, represent views from across the political spectrum and that we have shown impartiality. We have invited as many candidates as our resources and time allow and hope for a wide ranging debate“.

A summary of the questions asked, and the main ideas explored as answers, is available here. We have kept the summary general and unattributed to avoid the appearance of any political affiliation and to focus on the solutions that are available to us to address the climate and ecological emergency. Links to the manifestos of the respective parties are included.

One thought on “Ealing Transition’s Climate Hustings 24 April 2022”

  1. The link ‘here’ for the summary (which is not a straightforward link but almost a page of gobbledegook suggesting data collection by wordpress) takes me nowhere useful but to an editing window for my own wordpress blogs or a non-existent (’sorry-page doesn’t exist’) ‘Harry’s blog’.

    Can you provide a meaningful direct link to wherever you are holding this document?

    Trevor Bending (trevor@humber.co.uk) >

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