27th May 2021 at 11am
“How to prepare for, benefit from and speed up carbon emission reductions for your organisation”.
Radical new climate change commitments will set the UK on course to cut carbon emissions by 78% by 2035, Boris Johnson has announced.
The prime minister’s commitments, which will become law, bring forward the current target for reducing carbon emissions by 15 years. This would be a world-leading position and will force us all to reimagine and reconfigure how we do things in our businesses and private lies. The changes to law and policy will impact all organisations in the UK.
In our webinar, at 11am on Thursday 27th May, we will discuss with a panel of private and public sector experts what these changes will look like and how you can prepare for, get ahead of, and benefit from, carbon emission reduction in your organisation. Joining us will be Ahmed Goga, Director of Strategy and Programmes at OxLEP. He is a brilliant communicator and business leader with a proven track record in strategy development, service delivery and operational management in the public and private sectors. With over 20 years leadership experience in various Senior Management Team and Board level roles up and down the country he is now helping drive Oxfordshire forward.
Also joining us is Michael Still, Energy Contracts Director at Bouygues E&S Solutions. Michael provides technical and commercial management within Bouygues E&S’s Energy Performance Contracting team and has been working on the delivery of energy saving and carbon reduction projects since 2009 including large scale renewables. Prior to 2009 Michael was a consulting engineer for over 12 years most notably with Mott MacDonald leading engineering design teams on large scale commercial construction projects with a focus on sustainable low carbon design solutions.
Our third guest is Steve Kellett, Sustainability Manager for the highly respected property developer Argent. Steve works in property development as Argent’s Sustainability Manager. Argent – known for the regeneration of King’s Cross. He is responsible for driving environmental sustainability across Argent’s activities at a corporate and project level, Prior to this he has had experience across the built environment working in sustainability role with MACE and CBRE. He sits on the UK Green Building Council’s Member Advisory Group and lectures at the University of Westminister.