Embedding sustainable development across Government, after the Secretary of State's announcement on the future of the Sustainable Development Commission - Environmental Audit Committee Contents

List of additional written evidence

(published in Volume II on the Committee's website www.parliament.uk/eacom)

1  DEA and Oxfam

2  Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management

3  Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

4  Waterwise

5  UK Environmental Law Foundation

6  Public and Commercial Services Union

7  Town and Country Planning Association

8  Woodland Trust

9  Localise West Midlands

10  Dr Rupert Read, University of East Anglia

11  Food Ethics Council

12  "Cradle to Cradle Network", Lead for the East of England (Partner 8), Suffolk County Council

13  Frank Kennedy, member of Ormskirk and District Friends of the Earth

14  Friends of the Earth Youth and Education Network

15  British Standards Institution (BSI)

16  Cisco

17  Department for Work and Pensions

18  Combined Heat and Power Association

19  The Aldersgate Group

20  Department for Education

21  Campaign to Protect Rural England

22  South West Learning for Sustainability Coalition

23  Jane Davidson AM, Minister for Environment, Sustainability and Housing, Welsh Assembly Government

24  Andrea Ross, University of Dundee

25  Sustainability East

26  Department for Communities and Local Government

27  Richard Lochhead MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and the Environment, Scottish Government

28  First Minister and Deputy First Minister, Northern Ireland Executive

29  Atkins Limited

30  Amyas Morse, Comptroller and Auditor General, National Audit Office

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