General election: Which MPs with green roles are most vulnerable?

UPDATE: With a day to go until the general election, ENDS looks at which MPs with an interest in climate and environmental issues face the toughest reelection battles.

ENDS has compiled a list of MPs sitting on two select committees - the Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) and the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee - and of those with green portfolios on both sides of the House. Candidates with the slimmest majorities from the 2017 ballot are considered to be most at risk in the upcoming election.

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