Reading Means Business On Climate Change
READING'S Climate Change Partnership is set to launch the new Reading Climate Change Strategy at a special event on Tuesday September 24th.
Entitled 'Reading Means Business on Climate Change,' the new strategy has a particular focus on business and sets out a number of opportunities to help reduce carbon emissions between now and 2020.
The town’s new strategy will be launched at the Henley Business School, University of Reading, on September 24, at an event which will run from 8am to 10.30am. All Reading businesses, members of the public or other interested parties are welcome to attend following the link http://rmbocc2013.eventbrite.co.uk.
Speakers and panellists at the event include:
• Scott Balloch, Head of Energy and Carbon Strategy, BT
• Professor Nigel Arnell, Director of the Walker Institute for Climate Systems Research at the University of Reading
• Councillor Tony Page, Deputy Leader of Reading Borough Council and Lead Member for Strategic Environment, Planning and Transport
• Michael Sippitt, Chairman of Clerkslegal
• Adrian Pike, CEO of Anesco
There will be information stands at the event, giving advice on how businesses or individuals can manage their energy use. Opportunities to display are still available. The event will also see the launch of the Reading Climate Action Network - an exciting way to join together to explore the opportunities created in meeting the challenges of climate change.
Businesses wanting to register to attend or have a stall at the event can do so by following this link: http://rmbocc2013.eventbrite.co.uk.
Businesses are also being encouraged to spread the word amongst their peers and contacts with a view to trying to encourage as many businesses as possible to attend.
For further information please email email@example.com or telephone 0118 937 2100.