CHESHIRE NET ZERO CARBON CONFERENCE
Helping organisations plan for a more sustainable future
Cheshire Net Zero Carbon Conference
Ahead of the COP26 conference on Climate Change in Glasgow, Reaseheath College and partners Cheshire East Council and Sustainable Nantwich held our very own Carbon Conference with a focus on Cheshire.
With our headline keynote speaker Jonathon Porritt setting the scene, the online event was attended by over 150 people with the aim to start the conversation about how, on a local level, organisations in Cheshire can work together to lower carbon emissions over coming years.
If you would like to join the sectoral working groups and be part of the ongoing conversation, please complete the contact form at the bottom of the page.
Introduction and Headline Speakers
- Marcus Clinton – Principal & CEO of Reaseheath College & University Centre
- Joe Manning – CEO Marketing Cheshire and Deputy CEO Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership
- Jeremy Herbert – Sustainable Nantwich
Reaseheath Sustainability Society – Student voice on sustainability
Director of Thought Leadership and Head of Sustainability – Institute of Chartered Accountants England and Wales
Final session to introduce the inception of sectoral working groups across the region & next steps
Adam Briggs, Environment Adviser, National Farmers Union in the North West of England.
James Whittall, Sustainability and Green Travel Manager at Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS
Bernadette Bailey, Programme Lead for Living Well for Longer and Climate Change, NHS Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group
Dave Sweeney, Executive Director Of Partnerships for Cheshire and Merseyside Healthcare Partnership.
Robert Brunt, Environmental Forum Member for NFU North West – Robert Brunt and his family are dairy, beef and sheep farmers from Macclesfield, Cheshire in the Peak District National Park.