The Environment and Infrastructure Policy Review Committee will be taking oral evidence from the minister for environment, food and agriculture, Phil Gawne, today.
A wide range of topics is likely to be covered in the evidence session, and Richard Lole, the chief executive of the department, will also be present at today's sitting.
The Environment and Infrastructure Policy Review Committee is one of three Standing Committees of Tynwald Court established in October 2011 with a wide scrutiny remit.
Today's oral evidence session is the second such session with DEFA.
The sitting is in the Legislative Council Chamber, Legislative Buildings, Bucks Road, Douglas and members of the public are welcome to attend.