Net Zero New Zealand: The Emissions Workshop is a new single-day conference designed to provide guidance and information to New Zealand organisations seeking to manage their emissions profile and take their place in a low-carbon economy.
The Emissions Workshop will be held on 5 December 2018, at the InterContinental Wellington.
This is a must-attend for all organisations wanting to understand their emissions profile, the risks, challenges and opportunities for their business and those interested in measuring, reducing and offsetting their emissions.
The conference will bring together New Zealand’s large organisations, emissions-intensive industries, energy consumers, and other key stakeholders to discuss the practical implications for industry and government of achieving a lower emissions economy.
Attendance will consist of boards, senior managers and decision makers looking for practical advice and leadership into how this transition can be managed and what to do next.
International and local advice will be coupled with practical examples of organisations successfully delivering a lower emissions strategy.
The Workshop will cover:
- Building an emissions roadmap for your business
- Implementing reduction initiatives
- The commercial benefits of cutting emissions
- Financing lower emissions initiatives, capital, investment and debt
- How the conscious consumers will affect your business
- How to engage and communicate with your customers on your low emissions journey
- What to expect next from the Government and the ICCC
- Case studies from large & medium sized organisations
Programme and registration details to be announced in the near future.
The following are members of the Advisory Panel for The Emissions Workshop:
Tom Pettit – Sustainability Manager, Wellington City Council
Moana Mackey – Chief Advisor to the Chief City Planner, Wellington City Council
Rob Nicholls – Carbon Reduction Programme Manager, Air New Zealand
Jenny Lackey – Group Manager Strategy & Performance, EECA
Kaapua Smith – Head of Sustainability, Contact Energy
John Carnegie – Executive Director Energy & Infrastructure, BusinessNZ
Lizzie Chambers – Director, Carbon Match