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  • Writer's pictureSophie M

Leading The Response To Climate Change

The Carbon Trust have been running their flagship Public Sector Conference for over 10 years. The Conference tackles the challenges and barriers within the public sector to mitigating against climate change and achieving energy efficient operations and community wide savings. The day provides practical ideas and solutions, signposts new technologies and changes to local, national and international policy and regulation.

The team at b2b are working with Carbon Trust to find right fit, and innovative organisations who want to sponsor and exhibit at the event. The 2017 Public Sector Conference will bring together a national collaboration of 250+ public sector decision makers who are accountable for delivering carbon reduction policies, strategies and targets across UK cities, towns, local authorities, estates, assets and facilities. The Conference facilitates discussion, the sharing of best practice and learning about how different public bodies and cities are reducing their carbon, water and waste emissions and leading the response to climate change.

The Conference will explore the vital role the public sector plays in city, region and community developments, as well as ensuring local authorities and public sector organisations are seizing sustainable opportunities and meeting carbon reduction policies.

The agenda on the day will cover best practice and insight from those leading on the agenda, with a focus on:

  • Urban design and planning Finance,

  • Funding and Investment

  • Decentralised Energy and Heat Networks

  • Sustainable Estates and Systems

  • Energy management and Renewables

  • Smart Cities

The event takes place on the 21 February, 2017 at 155 Bishopsgate London and is chaired by the Carbon Trust’s Head of Public Sector, Tim Pryce. Other keynote speakers include Tony Lloyd, Interim Mayor for Greater Manchester, Shirley Rodrigues, Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy and Professor Jim Skea Professor of Sustainable Energy, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London. We have had great organisations involved over the years who aim to engage with public sector decision makers and align their brand with Carbon Trusts including GE Current, SSE, United Utilities, Mitsubishi, Public Power Solutions, Salix, Principal Lighting and many more.

To find out more about the sponsorship opportunities or what team b2b do for Carbon Trust more generally, please contact

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