WE Activity Series: Climate Change & Sustainability Talk

Wednesday 4 November, 4pm - 6pm
We talk to a panel of experts on building a cleaner future and how start-ups, government and policy makers can make a difference.
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About this Event

Climate change and sustainability is closely linked, we need to act fast to preserve our environment and reduce C02 emissions.

Join us on Zoom as we talk to a panel of experts on building a cleaner future and how start-ups, government and policy makers can make a difference. This session will end with a networking session. If you are thinking of applying to the WE Innovate Pre-Accelerator programme, this is the perfect opportunity for you to develop an idea ahead of the application deadline (2nd December 2020).

Agenda
4:00pm Welcome from Imperial Enterprise Lab
4:05pm Panel Discussion & Q&A on Climate Change & Sustainability

Moderated by Barkha Mossae, Diplomat, Permanent Mission of Mauritius to the African Union.
Speakers:

  • Laura Johnson Blair, Chief Strategy Officer, FarmForce
  • Antoine Pradayrol, Director, Green Angel Syndicate
  • Dr Laure de Preux, Professor Climate Change Policy, Imperial College London
  • Kirsty Salmon, VP Advanced Bio and Physical Sciences in Low Carbon Energy, bp

4:55pm Closing
5:00pm Networking
6:00pm End

Eligibility: This event includes Imperial students (past or present) only. Places at WE Innovate autumn events are prioritised for Imperial students and alumni who identify as women. We would encourage individuals at Imperial who don’t identify as women to contact the event organiser by email (a.ismail@imperial.ac.uk) to join the waiting list for the event. We’d love to include you if we can!

Please let us know if you have any questions about this event or WE Innovate programme at a.ismail@imperial.ac.uk.

WE Innovate events are sponsored by BP. Find out more about WE Innovate here.

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