None of the pledges made by the UK Coalition Government upon coming to power in May 2010 were more striking than the following two:
To tackle the nation's finances and bring the budget under control
To be the "greenest government ever".
The argument has raged amongst Conservatives about whether green jobs are the future of the economy and a path to economic prosperity, or the misguided policy of those following a bad science that damages Britain's hopes for financial recovery and heaps cost and misery on the bills of energy company customers all over the UK.
In the 2nd of the CPS' new Debate series
, we offer the chance for two leading voices from either side of the argument - Tim Yeo MP and Lord Lawson - to set out their case.
Is there a valid economic case for ‘going green’ in an ‘age of austerity’? We want to know your thoughts!
Read the debate and then get involved in the comments section below. We will be running a poll on our Facebook page
and highlighting the best responses on our Twitter feed