155 Bishopsgate, London
Tuesday 21st February 2017
Join over 200 public sector colleagues at the Carbon Trust Public Sector Conference 2017 to discuss ideas, share best practice and learn about how different public sector organisations are reducing their carbon, water and waste emissions and leading the response to climate change amongst the communities and businesses that they serve and support.
We are providing a day of interactive workshops on different themes such as;
These will be hosted by some of the leading lights in the public sector from across the UK – so you can learn and discuss the techniques being used by these experts and how they could be applied to your organisation.
We will also have a special guest keynote speaker to set the scene at the beginning of the day. Previous speakers have included Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth, Professor Dame Julia Slingo, Chief Scientist at the Met Office and Matthew Bell, CEO Committee on Climate Change.
Photos from last year's conference:
The event took place at 155 Bishopsgate, near London’s Liverpool Street Station.
The team from the newly launched Current, powered by GE, headline sponsors of the event.
Joan MacNaughton of the World Energy Council, of the keynote speakers, presenting on the energy trilemma.
Morning masterclass presented by Armin Mayer of GE.
This was the largest ever audience for the Carbon Trust Public Sector Conference
Delegates were able to visit the Carbon Trust stand to find out more about how they could receive support on improving sustainability.
Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council was formally awarded certification to the Carbon Trust Standard by Morgan Jones, Associate Director, the Carbon Trust.
Joseph Thornton of the Carbon Trust presents a masterclass on supply chain.
Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth, Parliamentary Undersecretary of State at the Department of Energy and Climate Change, was the first keynote speaker of the day.
Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth, Parliamentary Undersecretary of State at the Department of Energy and Climate Change, welcomes delegates to the event.
Pete Lau, newly appointed CEO for Europe and the Middle East at Current, powered by GE, presents to the delegates.
Left to Right: Pete Lau, CEO EME, Current, powered by GE: Tom Delay, CEO, the Carbon Trust; Joan MacNaughton, World Energy Council; Tim Pryce, Head of Public Sector, the Carbon Trust.
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