The National Trust’s Director-General reiterated her personal commitment to renewable energy in her first speech at the charity’s AGM today (Saturday 26 October).
Speaking at the event, Helen Ghosh, Director General of the charity, said: “Our members and the nation more generally expect us to stand up for cultural heritage and the natural environment, of course.
“We are not just a heritage attraction operator – we have a contribution to make to the debates that matter in this country.
In the last couple of days my post bag has been dominated by the question of energy.
“We are worried about carbon emissions and the effects of climate change on our properties and the wider world.
“I was in Essex only last week where I saw first-hand the impact of climate change on NortheyIsland.
“That is why we support the development of renewable energy and low carbon technologies that harvest nature…
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