Cameron vows ‘tough’ green action Conservative leader David Cameron has set up a policy group on the environment to pave the way for “tough decisions” on cutting greenhouse gas.
The group, chaired by ex-Environment Secretary John Gummer and environmentalist Zac Goldsmith, will look at “quality of life” issues.
Mr Cameron says he will finalise policies in 18 months’ time following the group’s recommendations.
Labour said policies, not “platitudes”, were needed to help the environment.
The new policy group is one of six which Mr Cameron intends to set up to help decide future party policy.