Net Zero October

Net Zero October

In the lead up to this year’s UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) COP26, Devon & Plymouth Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Net Zero October – a month of events dedicated to business and the climate crisis agenda.

This series of events will showcase how businesses in the region are changing to meet Net Zero carbon targets, exploring what our ambitions in tackling the climate crisis and helping you discover how to make the crucial green changes to your organisation.

EVENTS

Net Zero LIVE

Being broadcast live by the Fresh Air Studios team in Plymouth on Tuesday, November 2, Net Zero Live is a four-hour event which will be streamed through multiple channels.

Helping businesses answer the difficult questions around the Green Agenda, the event will be divided into four categories – Transport, Earth & Energy, Marine and Business Support – and we expect this event to reach more than 4,000 viewers.

County Conversations

Join us on Thursday, October 14 for a special County Conversations at Salcombe Harbour Hotel.

Enjoy beautiful views across Salcombe while networking and finding out about the latest projects and business updates throughout the county.

We will be joined by Natalie Whitehead, Founder and Director of Exeter Science Centre; Hayley Reynolds from Food Drink Devon; and Andy Kebby from Shekinah Mission. More speakers tbc.

Green Networking

A networking event with speakers from Low Carbon Devon – an ERDF-funded project working out of the University of Plymouth collaborating with Devon-based SMEs to reduce their carbon output through research, events or internships.

Sponsors: Business Support Segment – Low Carbon Devon 

Speakers: Transport – Roger Young 

Business Support: Devon Environment

Devonport

One Devonport

On Wednesday, October 27, enjoy a networking tour of Babcock International, exploring their journey through environmental, social and corporate sustainability.

This unique event will feature an overview of Drake from Peter Coulson, and a Babcock welcome from Paul Foster, the new Managing Director.

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