27th February 2020 - Climate change breakfast panel discussion event - 'The role of infrastructure in achieving net zero' - EVENT VIDEO RECORDING AVAILABLE

Date: 27th February 2020

Start Time: 08:00

End Time: 10:30

Description:
Climate change is the single biggest issue facing our planet let alone our industry. Come and hear our expert panel chaired by climate change thought leader (and fellow Kiwi) John Lang of the Energy & Climate Intelligence Unit. Our panel will be discussing the current impact the property sector has upon climate change and what steps can be taken to bring about positive benefit.

Our expert panellists are:

Nigel Jollands - Associate Director, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Bridget Beals - Clean Energy Director, KPMG
Edward Dean - Sustainability Director, Landsec
Gilbert Lennox-King - Sales Director, Symbiosy by HB Reavis
Georgina Beasley - Climate change advisor to Labour MP Matthew Pennycook
Matt Grey – Managing Director, Head of Power & Utilities at Carbon Tracker

Our panel Chair, John Lang is with the Energy & Climate Intelligence Unit and runs the e-nvironmentalist, a climate change comms blog, and Consult Climate, a sustainability consultancy. He holds a Master of Laws in environmental law and policy from UCL and double degree from Otago. Passionate about climate change communication, Langa’s working on an infographic series called the Climate Trunk that will attempt to explain climate change as clearly as possible to a popular audience. He’s been in London six years, grew up in Whanganui, and loves running and climbing.

Twitter: @johnlangab
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-langab/

You can watch a full recording of the Climate Change Panel discussion here using the password "kiwiprop"

Venue: Debevoise & Plimpton

Location:
65 Gresham St, London EC2V 7NQ (nearest tube is St Pauls)

Non Members Price: £20.00

Members Price: £0.00

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