Mission Net Zero: Delivering Positive Climate Action

Hope for Creation: Building a Greener Future Together

Thursday 29 October 11.00am to 1.00pm

Online Environment Symposium Event

Mission Net Zero: Delivering Positive Climate Action

•Dr Alex Ryan, Director of Sustainability, University of Gloucestershire (Chair)
•Interface – Becky Gordon, UK & Ireland Sustainability Manager
•Forest Green Rovers – Dr Gary Thomas, Sustainability Lead, Ecotricity
•University of Gloucestershire - Dr Jon Furley, Sustainability Operations Manager
•Gloucester Cathedral – Anne Cranston, Head of Projects

The year 2020 is seeing rapid shifts in society towards sustainability - and to ensure that green recovery will be key to our coronavirus adaptation. Organisations across all sectors are taking the initiative and picking up pace to tackle the climate agenda and drive down wider environmental impacts. Meanwhile the Environment Bill 2019 has focused minds on the ambition for ‘Net Zero’ carbon reduction that covers all our direct and indirect emissions. The Net Zero challenge is complex but the appetite for change is clear – sustainability is the imperative that no individual or industry can afford to ignore.

Join us for this business-focused session with expert speakers from four different organisations sharing their latest plans and delivery issues for Mission Net Zero.

Supported by RCE Severn – our Regional Centre of Expertise in Sustainability Education for collaboration in the Severn region, based at University of Gloucestershire.

Tickets available here.


You can download the Gaia Symposium guide - Hope for Creation: Building a Greener Future Together here.

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