Keith Taylor, Green MEP for the South East, travelled to Lymington on Friday [21 September] to host a UNA-UK meeting on International Day of Peace.
Founded in 1945, the United Nations Association – UK (UNA-UK) is the country’s foremost advocate for UK action at the UN; the UK's leading source of analysis on the UN; and a vibrant grassroots movement of 20,000 people from all walks of life.
The senior Green politician gave a keynote speech touching on EU and UN perspectives on peace, sustainability and the climate breakdown at the 'Heated Earth, Heated Times' public meeting in Lymington Community Centre.
Mr Taylor is the European Chair of the Climate Parliament, a member of the European Parliament's Environment Committee and Palestine Delegation and a national spokesperson for the Green Party of England and Wales.
The meeting was chaired by Patricia de Mowbray, the Honorary Secretary of the Lymington Branch of the UNA-UK.
You can read Keith's full speech below: