Guardian unveils new environmental website

The Guardian launched a new environmental website today with six dedicated correspondents.

To mark the launch of the site, foreign secretary David Miliband will take visitor’s questions in a live online question and answer at lunchtime tomorrow.

Ian Katz, deputy editor of the Guardian, said that the site showcases “a host of new content, from video and data tools to authoritative Q&As on a wide range of green issues”.

He said: “The site will also ensure that its users are able to participate fully, from the debate over global warming to household tips on green living.”

Content on the site includes a new video series from the Observer’s green-living expert Lucy Siegle and an environment research directory.

Editor of the website James Randerson said: ‘The Guardian has built this unrivalled team in the belief that environmental issues, and in particular global warming, is the defining issue of our age, combining politics, economics and social justice. The new site, like the 10:10 campaign, which launched last week, will enable everyone to understand and influence the debates.”

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