Join other talented, ambitious future leaders from across a wide range of businesses to discuss the challenges associated with climate change and the role business can play to reduce its impact on the environment.
This network offers a unique opportunity for the next generation of leaders to network, collaborate and discuss current business challenges.
You will hear from Tania Kumar, Senior Policy Adviser for Infrastructure and Energy at the CBI. Tania will discuss the CBI’s Net-Zero campaign and the impact of the government’s energy and climate change policy decisions on business and the economy. Tania will also look ahead at 2020 and what comes next as the UK looks to secure its joint bid for the UN Climate Change Conference, COP26.
Attend this Future Leaders Network (EE) and you will:
Join engaging discussions addressing the key issues and challenges in tackling climate change and the energy transition
Connect with like-minded individuals that are experiencing similar challenges in today’s business environment
Benefit from the sharing of best practice and ideas
Leave with practical take-aways which can be implemented into your business
Build your network and personal profile
In the last year climate change has received unprecedented attention across the world and in May the UK responded by becoming the first major economy to legislate for a Net Zero target by 2050. There is no doubt that there is an urgent need to transform the way we live and work in order to not only reduce the impacts of climate change but to adapt to a changing energy system. But what does this mean for the people and businesses in the region and how can the East of England business community contribute to the UK’s emissions reduction target?
This event is open to CBI Future Leaders Forum members only. If you are unsure if you are have a place on this network, please email email@example.com who can advise. Space is limited at this event so book your place today to secure your seat.
If you have any questions:
Please contact the Event Manager Anne Cullom.
Not a CBI Member:
Why not consider joining? See the benefits of becoming a CBI member here.
Terms and Conditions:
The Terms and Conditions for CBI events are available here.
Committed to protecting your privacy:
We respect your privacy. For more information on how we are committed to protecting your privacy and data, please click here.