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IEMA Futures: Sustainability Conference
November 14 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pmFree
“Discussing the role we have to play in securing a sustainable future”
With a recent poll showing two thirds of the UK public now support increased action on climate change, and with movements like Extinction Rebellion and school strikes taking place around the globe, it is clear the future of our planet is no longer just an issue for sustainability professionals.
IEMA Futures is a network of young professionals passionate about inspiring the future voices of sustainability and champions of the environment. Being a part of the network brings a wealth of benefits from networking with peers to opportunities for learning and development.
We would love for you to join us at the University of Salford where, through a series of talks from renowned professionals and interactive workshops designed to promote wider thinking, you will learn more about sustainability, what role you can play, and how you can help foster a sustainable future.
If you require further information, please contact us or read our FAQs.
– Pauline Giroux, Senior Corporate Responsibility Manager, Yorkshire Building Society
– Andrew McMullen, Environmental Impact Director, LEGO Group
– Andrew Clark, Lecturer in Environmental Management, University of Salford
– Nicola Stopps, CEO, Simply Sustainable
– Grace Corn, Project Manager, SOS-UK
More exciting speakers are on the way, so keep an eye on this space!
Who is this event for?
Anyone who is passionate about the environment and the future of the planet. Current students, graduates, and young professionals are all welcome.
A little bit of background:
IEMA Futures is a network of ambitious and environmentally conscious people ranging from young professionals with several years of industry experience, to students who are passionate about creating a more sustainable future. Its Steering Group has experience from across the spectrum of sustainability.
How do I get there?
We want to make this Conference sustainable and promoting sustainable travel in one aspect of it. The University of Salford has some great transport connections which can quickly get you on the campus. Check the links below to see how you can get there and for further information on accessibility:
What do I need?
Refreshments and materials will be provided, so just bring an open mind and a keenness to get involved in a series of exciting talks and workshops!
Please note: Registration will commence at 9.30am with the event starting promptly at 10am. This event is recognised as 5 hours of CPD for IEMA members.