In September 2021, Lord Sheikh was invited by Developing Markets Associates to speak at their innovative hybrid event, ‘UK-Nepal Energy Transition: Road to COP26’, as the keynote speaker.
Your Excellency, Dr. Abdul Momen, and Your Excellency Ms. Saida Muna Tasneem, Mr. Bashir Ahmed, ladies and gentlemen. Assalaam Alaykum and good evening. I would like to thank Mr. Shahagir Bakth Faruk
I would like to commend Dr. Ravi Kumar, Dr. Sarita Pari and Mr. Hassan Shifau who have been instrumental to the success and wellbeing of the London School of Management Education as a result of their
“We need a climate impact assessment on all policy proposals going through Cabinet” In my maiden speech, I highlighted the importance of restoring and maintaining our natural environment.
My Lords, I commend the Government on their climate change ambitions and the leadership they have shown by increasing our commitment to reduce emissions by 78% by 2035 and achieving net zero by 2050.
My Lords, I welcome the integrated review and its ambitious vision to make the UK a stronger, safer and more prosperous country. The UK plays a role on the global stage, and I am glad to see
My Lords, I support both amendments in this grouping. Amendments 14 and 21 are important because they are about aligning our climate and environmental targets with our trade agreements. I spoke on
My Lords, I declare an interest, as I am the co-chair of the APPG on Islamic Finance. Islamic finance can play a role in the green industrial revolution. As we will issue our first
My Lords, I very much welcome the spending review and its priorities of protecting lives and livelihoods, strengthening public services and investing in infrastructure. The climate change emergency
My Lords, I will speak in support of Amendment 40. As we deepen and strengthen our global trading relations, we cannot ignore our environmental commitments. I support this amendment because it means