MPs Announce Final Evidence Session On Food Security
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee will take further evidence in connection with its inquiry into Food Security on Wednesday 26 March as follows:
At 3 pm
- George Eustice MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Farming, Food and Marine Environment), Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
This is the final evidence session for this inquiry. Key themes are: the resilience of our food supply systems in the face of climate change, and technological transfer and uptake. Among other things, the Committee will ask about the new Agri-Tech Strategy and the potential contribution to food security of GM technology.
The meeting will take place in a committee room in the House of Commons. Visitors should check the exact location nearer the time onhttp://services.parliament.uk/calendar/
Further information on the inquiry is available on the Committee’s website.