Archive for 'Speeches'
Caroline Spelman addresses the National Farmers Union AGM in Birmingham.
Lord Henley speaks to the insurance industry about the opportunities presented by adapting to climate change.
I came last year as shadow minister of agriculture and enjoyed it immensely so I wanted to come again now that I have the “proper job”. I also wanted to come to set the record straight having read some very odd assertions recently about our policies.
Hello, and I’m very sorry not to be with you in person today. Congratulations to the Soil Association on a drawing together a fascinating group of speakers and panellists, and a programme that asks some of the most burning questions we’re facing today.
Thank you. I’m delighted to be here to set out the Coalition’s new vision for the water industry - one of resilience, sustainability, efficiency, innovation and affordability.
Caroline Spelman's speech the stakeholder launch of the Foresight report, “A problem with food....”
I’ve been really looking forward to the Oxford Farming Conference. It’s my first as Secretary of State and allows me to set out my stall as we approach a new year in the agricultural calendar and the start of serious negotiations.
Rt Hon Caroline Spelman MP – ‘Securing our sustainable natural environment in the years ahead’ – Environment Agency – 24 November 2010
As you know, I returned from Nagoya earlier this month. And, whatever the environmental ups and downs we will inevitably experience in the coming decades, the solid achievements of those few weeks in Japan must set the standard in the difficult years ahead.
Caroline Spelman’s speech at The Economics of Nature: Taking stock, sharing action event – 16 November 2010
Nagoya has shown that the international community is no longer prepared to accept the ongoing destruction of the natural world.
Lord Henley’s keynote address to Green Alliance conference on the Eco Design Directive – 11 November 2010
Environmental damage used to conjure up pictures of car fumes and billowing smoke from heavy industry.