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Conference: Pathways to 2030 - Public Sector Climate Action

Pathways to 2030: Public Sector Climate Action, the 2016 Sustainable Scotland Network (SSN) Conference, will take place on 1 November in Glasgow. The SSN Conference is the meeting place for public sector professionals working to improve Scotland’s response to climate change and to promote sustainable development. Key speakers include:

  • Matthew Bell, Chief Executive, Committee on Climate Change
  • Professor Sir Jim McDonald, Principal and Vice Chancellor, University of Strathclyde
  • Andrew Darnton, AD Research and Analysis and expert on behavior change theory and practice
  • Heidi Hauf, Principal Sustainability Advisor, Forum for the Future.

Delegates will have the opportunity to attend parallel sessions including: sustainable food pathways, Scotland’s energy strategy, sustainable transport, active travel, climate change co-benefits and constraints, and  sustainable procurement.

Discussions will focus on how to unlock the potential of public sector climate action, how to increase momentum, and how to foster improved partnership working. The conference also provides an opportunity for delegates to engage with the development of Scotland’s Climate Change Plan.

For information about exhibiting, please contact Kathryn.duncan@keepscotlandbeautiful.org

For further information and registration, visit the SSN Conference 2016 website.

Sustainable Scotland Network works to improve Scottish public sector performance on sustainability and climate change. The Network is supported and coordinated by Keep Scotland Beautiful and is funded by the Scottish Government to work with the 151 public sector organisations identified as ‘major players’.

Location: 
University of Strathclyde, The Technology and Innovation Centre
99 George Street
G1 1RD Glasgow
United Kingdom
Date: 
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
Time: 
9am - 6pm
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