Business & Environment Summit: Climate Change Opportunities
2pm – 7pm + drinks, Monday 14th April 2008 – Saïd Business School, Park End Street, Oxford
Sir David King opens Saïd Business School’s new annual summit
We are delighted to announce the inaugural Business & Environment Summit at The Saïd Business School in Oxford. The theme for this year’s event is ‘Climate Change Opportunities’. There are many obligations for business, but its most relevant role with this issue is as an agent of change. It is business that will accelerate the development and distribution of new, climate-friendly ways of living. It will also facilitate the reduction and removal of CO2 in our various infrastructural processes. All the speakers will focus on the inherent opportunities and challenges.
Excellent line-up focusing on the opportunities of Climate Change
We have secured an excellent line up that includes M&S, Arup, Good Energy, Abel & Cole, IKEA, BT and Forum for the Future. The purpose is to help you spot new opportunities and realise their creation and success.
Early Booking Discount for all registrations received on or before Friday 22nd March 2008
If you would like to come then please book before the end of Friday 22nd March – there is a £100 discount for all bookings received before then. We have 150 places for business positions.
Networking with 300 others, business leaders, MBA students and Oxford’s academic leaders
Our aim is to help transfer ideas and accelerate learning in this space. We will make sure we put together a rounded and large audience. Drinks and some proper food will be put on after the event.
We will also be announcing a high profile entrepreneur to talk after Sir David.
You can book your place now at www.greenbizevents.co.uk
If you have any questions then please call me on 020 7733 8826.
Ben Patten Managing Director – Green Business Events
Hi Dr Coles
Would you like to write us a blog on this? It’s very interesting.
We’re covering all bases here by looking at self-sufficiency and oil depletion as other reasons to innovate and move to cleaner fuels.
But all comments are most welcome as we know there are people who don’t believe in man-made climate change.
Over 400 World Wide Prominent Scientists Disputed Man-Made Global Warming Claims in 2007. See http://tinyurl.com/2dv6nz
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