The Greener UK Hustings gave the public and environmental organisations the chance to question the major parties' environment plans ahead of the general election.
Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat and Green Party spokespeople were challenged on a variety of topics including what leaving the EU will mean for the environment, climate and energy policy, planning, farming and nature conservation.
Dr Thérèse Coffey, Parliamentary under secretary of state for environment, food and rural affairs and Conservative parliamentary candidate for Suffolk Coastal
Baroness Parminter, Liberal Democrat spokesperson for environment, food and rural affairs
Barry Gardiner, Shadow secretary of state for international trade and shadow minister for climate change and Labour parliamentary candidate for Brent North
Caroline Russell, Green London Assembly member, spokesperson on transport and parliamentary candidate for Islington North
Chaired by Clive Anderson, TV and radio presenter, and president of The Woodland Trust
This event was organised by Greener UK in association with CAFOD and Christian Aid