Ed’s Day – 5th June 2019

Ed’s day started in Surbiton, at a business breakfast with London Mayoral candidate Siobhan Benita.

He commented on the D-Day anniversary:

Then he, too, was off to Peterborough to see by-election candidate Beki Sellick ahead of tomorrow’s poll.

And, on World Environment Day, he commented on a Treasury Select Committee report about decarbonisation.

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  • Richard Underhill 6th Jun '19 - 3:06pm

    Ed: please plant large numbers of fast growing or large trees. They do not release their carbon until they decay. If future temperatures are higher than now it would help if they are fire resistant. The oldest ones in the UK are only a century old, but on west coast USA some are many times older. We have planted four at the bottom of the hill to improve the view over an industrial estate. They are now above the ground floor level of the house.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sequoiadendron_giganteum
    Michael Heseltine likes to plant trees and may have a suitable site.

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