From 0900 until 1900 (GMT) on 25 November you can tweet your questions as well as find out what leaders in the field are thinking and doing on climate change.
The tweetathon will be broken down into hourly slots themed around a different subject such as health, cities and sport. There will be an expert for each session who will respond to questions – via Twitter – about how climate change will impact the featured subject matter or the action that can be taken.
Government Departments involved alongside the Department of Energy and Climate Change include Department of Health, Business Innovation and Skills and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. The Met Office will be acting as advisors throughout the event, answering questions on the science of climate change. The timetable is:
|1100 – 1200||Cities & Homes|
|1200 – 1300||Food & water|
|1300 – 1400||Sport|
|1400 – 1500||Biodiversity & natural environment|
|1500 – 1600||Business|
|1600 – 1700||UK Government|
|1700 - 1900||International action|
Questions may be sent in via the DECC twitter account and the discussion can be followed on #BackClimateAction.
Prospect Environment will be follow the twitter exchange using @ProspectEnviro