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Bristol's Carbon Neutrality Journey

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Join us for this bi-annual event where key decision makers come together to discuss updates to Bristol's carbon neutrality journey.

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We are keeping a close eye on all updates in relation to COVID-19. Our January events are now online, and include the same opportunities to network, take part in live discussion and the option to do a 60 second pitch!

We will welcome back representatives from Bristol City Council, Bristol's One City Environmental Sustainability Board and City Leap to discuss how Bristol's 2030 carbon neutrality commitment has progressed over the last 6 months. We are also welcoming Finisterre and Burges Salmon to join the speaking panel. This is the fourth follow up event since May 2019.

With many questions posed by our audience at our last three events, speakers have kindly agreed to come back to give another update six months on. Speakers are given 5 minute presenting slots, and then we will open it up to the audience to ask their questions.

As with all our events, there will be ample opportunity to network both at the beginning and the end of the event.

More speakers and information to be announced.

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18:00 - 18:05 - Registration

18:05 - 18:20 - Facilitated Networking

18:20 - 18:30 - Introduction from The Future Economy Network

18:30 - 18:35 - Alex Ivory, Bristol City Council

18:35 - 18:40 - Savita Willmott, One City’s Environmental Sustainability Board

18:40 - 18:45 - James Sterling, City Leap

18:45 - 18:50 - Deborah Luffman, Finisterre

18:50 - 18:55 - Suzanne Padmore, Burges Salmon

18:55 - 19:55 - Q&A

19:55 - 20:00 - 60 Second Pitches

20:00 - 20:05 - Upcoming Events and Close

20:05 - 20:15 - Optional Facilitated Networking Group 1

20:15 - 20:25 - Optional Facilitated Networking Group 2

Meet The Speakers!

James Sterling, Communications, Engagement and Partnerships Manager, Bristol City Council

James heads up the Communications, Engagement and Partnerships workstream for Bristol City Council’s Energy Service. He’s worked on some key city projects including European Green Capital 2015, Bristol Community Energy Fund and more recently the City Leap initiative. With a strong background in communications and an unmatched passion for sustainability, James has been an instrumental champion for the city’s green efforts over the years, ensuring collective action to keep Bristol on track for carbon neutrality.

Alex Ivory, Climate Change Team Manager, Bristol City Council

Alex leads the response to the Climate Emergency for Bristol City Council. She is a specialist in change management and environmental communications. Most recently, Alex coordinated the production of Bristol’s One City Climate Strategy, a city-wide shared vision for a carbon neutral, climate resilient Bristol by 2030. Alex is currently working on an action plan to ensure Bristol City Council plays its part in delivering the strategy.

Savita Willmott, One City’s Environmental Sustainability Board

Savita Willmott has been Chief Executive of The Natural History Consortium (NHC) since 2006, a charitable collaboration of 13 organisations working together to find innovative ways of connecting people and the environment. She gained charitable status for the partnership in 2008, and oversees the charity’s suite of co-created projects and their impact regionally and nationally.

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