Do you wish politicians would listen to your views on the environment, climate change and sustainability? Not sure how (or whether) to vote in our newly devolved region’s Mayoral Election in May 2017?

Do you want cleaner air? Better, cheaper trains and busses? More energy efficient homes? More abundant nature? More action to prevent climate change?

These are all questions on which the Mayor and the new combined authority will have a big say, because they will be responsible for housing and transport, and will have a big budget.


Come to this free ‘Hustings’ event and put your questions to the leading Mayoral candidates, with Prof Aled Jones, Director of the GSI, chairing to ensure fair play and a good debate on issues of the environment, climate change, and sustainability.

  • Conservative: James Palmer
  • Green: Julie Howell
  • Independent: Peter Dawe
  • Labour: Kevin Price
  • Lib Dem: Rod Cantrill

Booking and Timings

This event is organised by Cambridge Carbon Footprint and Anglia Ruskin University’s Global Sustainability Institute, in association with Cambridge Cleantech. It is partnered with Peterborough Environment City Trust’s concurrent event.

Doors open at 5.30pm and the Hustings begin at 6pm. Booking is requested.