Green Tech 22 – A Time for Action – Agenda

Our Green Tech Conference, supported by sponsors Appleyard LeesSuez, Electricity NorthWest and Squire Patton Boggs, will explore how public and private sector organisations across Greater Manchester are leading the charge in developing low carbon solutions for us all and how we, collectively, are going to reach the 2038 target.

The agenda is shaping up nicely. Below is a sneak peak of who and what to expect at this great conference.

09:00 – 09:10    Welcome and Setting the Green scene – Steve Connor – Creative Concern

09.10 – 09.20    Scatter : Setting City Area Trajectory and Targets for Emissions Reductions – Nicole Dalton – Anthesis

09:20 – 09:40   Highlights from COP 26 and the impact on Greater Manchester – Graham Reid – Weber Shandwick

09.40 – 09:50   Your time for action – Jonny Sadler – Electricity NW

09:50 – 10:20    Funding Sustainability – Deborah Walker – MIDAS, David Walsh – Appleyard lees, David Creer –  GFT, AJ Singh – Quintet Private Bank

10:20 – 10:35    Coffee Break

10:35 – 10:55      Inside Green Innovation: Progress so far – Chris Mason – Appleyard Lees

10:55 – 11.30   Circular Economies – how can businesses ensure a sustainable futureJohn Wrigley – Suez, David Brayne – Innovate Edge, Dr Vivek Koncherry,  Prof Hujun Yin – UOM and Will  Ennett – Talk Talk

11:30  – 11:45   Coffee Break

11:45 – 12:15   Innovations in Green Transport – Nick Helm – Squire Paton Boggs, Jonny Sadler – Electricity NW, Dan Burton – Wondrwall, Nile Henry – The Blair Project and Nyree Hughes – Beryl

12.15 – 12.45   Unlocking the skills needed for a Green Tech future – Kate Thomas – EY foundation, Sophie Walker – Dsposal, Zoe Wallace – Agent Academy

12:45 – 13.15     Energy House  – Will Swan – University of Salford  and Daniel Shea – Barratts Developments

13.15 – 13.30  Close & Summary of your Green Takeaways – Steve Connor – Creative Concern

Ticket prices (exc. VAT)
Virtual Ticket – Member £0, Non-Member £50

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