ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIT COMMITTEE
The Environmental Audit Committee is appointed
by the House of Commons to consider to what extent the policies
and programmes of government departments and non-departmental
public bodies contribute to environmental protection and sustainable
development; to audit their performance against such targets as
may be set for them by Her Majesty's Ministers; and to report
thereon to the House.
Mr John Horam MP (Conservative, Orpington) (Chairman)
Mr Gregory Barker MP (Conservative, Bexhill and Battle)
Mr Harold Best MP (Labour, Leeds North West)
Mr Colin Challen MP (Labour, Morley and Rothwell)
Mrs Helen Clark MP (Labour, Peterborough)
Sue Doughty MP (Conservative, Guildford)
Mr Mark Francois MP (Conservative, Rayleigh)
Mr Neil Gerrard MP (Labour, Walthamstow)
Mr Jon Owen Jones MP (Labour, Cardiff Central)
Mr Ian Lucas MP (Labour, Wrexham)
Rt Hon Michael Meacher MP (Labour, Oldham West & Royton)
Mr Malcolm Savidge MP (Labour, Aberdeen North)
Mr Mark Simmonds MP (Conservative, Boston and Skegness)
Mr Simon Thomas MP (Plaid Cymru, Ceredigion)
Joan Walley MP (Labour, Stoke-on-Trent North)
David Wright MP (Labour, Telford)
The following was also a member of the Committee during this inquiry:
Mr Tim Loughton MP (Conservative, East Worthing and Shoreham).
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Audit Committee, Committee Office, 7 Millbank, London SW1P 3JA.
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