West of England Sustainable Technologies Scale-Up Programme – Responding to the Climate Emergency
Breakfast Networking Event: Responding to the Climate Emergency
Following the highly-anticipated United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, join us for a discussion on how organisations can respond to the climate emergency and do their bit towards the net-zero target.
The lead talk will be from a member of the University of Bath’s Climate Action Team – a selected group of people dedicated to the University’s transformational climate action work, responsible for finding more ways to lower its carbon impact and embed sustainability in its future.
A panel of sustainability and climate-conscious businesses will discuss what tools are emerging to help SMEs develop their plans and measure their progress in responding to the climate emergency.
- 8.50 Attendees join via Zoom
- 9.00 Opening message and welcome from Lucy Paine
- 9.05 Talk from Dr Emma Emanuelsson, Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemical Engineering and Climate Emergency Committee Member, University of Bath “What can businesses do to meet the net zero goals?”
- 9.25 Interactive Q&A expert panel discussion: George Sandilands, CEO & Co-Founder, Spherics; Polly Pale, Founder, CEO, Alo Mundus Ltd; Huw Bunn, Co-Founder, Dedlyne; Pam Barbato, C0-Founder, Action Net Zero
- 09.45 Breakout networking rooms – your chance to mix, mingle and exchange contact details
- 10.30 Meeting closes
This event is free to attend and once registered, you will be sent a zoom invite to join the event.
This networking event is hosted by the West of England Sustainable Technologies Scale-Up Programme. This programme is funded through the European Regional Development Fund and rooted in the Centre for Sustainable & Circular Technologies at the University of Bath. It provides a package of support to businesses in the West of England in any sector that are developing low carbon technologies or looking to make their products or services more sustainable.
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