Natural history expert Sir David Attenborough is answering questions on climate change and other issues in front of a UK parliamentary committee.
You can watch in the live player, above, from 11 am CEST.
He is expected to discuss his views on the public perception of climate change, the ecological impact of global warming, and the UK’s net zero emissions target.
The hearing is being held as part of the UK’s clean growth strategy, which aims to decarbonise the nation.
In June, outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May committed the UK to reducing its carbon emissions to net zero by 2050, becoming the first G7 country to make such a pledge.
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You can watch the Commons committee questions live by clicking on the player above.