New EU rules for car and van emission targets in the making - Sunderland, 28 June 2013
What impact will they have on the North East economy and environment?
What road to take on the issue of car and van emissions?
The EU rules for car & van emissions are currently being negotiated between the European Parliament and the EU 27 Member States' Governments. Will the proposed new rules lead to lower CO2 emissions, lower fuel costs and spur innovation and employment in high tech manufacturing? Or will a revision of the rules, halfway to 2020, hurt the UK automotive industry and the 700,000 jobs that are dependent on it?
Chair Quentin Willson
Fiona Hall - MEP (Liberal Democrat)
Julie Elliott - MP (Labour)
Nissan Motor GB - Tanya Sinclair, Government & External Relations
Rob Walker - Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders
Greg Archer - Transport Environment
Adrian Morris - University of Sunderland
When Friday, 28 June, 10am - 12 noon
Where Gateshead College, SASMI Site, Skills Academy for Manufacturing and Innovation, Washington Road, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear.
For satellite navigation systems use: SR5 3HZ. No 56 bus runs between Newcastle & Nissan's offices.
This event was organised by the European Parliament Information Office in the United Kingdom