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Green Corp 2007: Low Carbon, High Profits
Join 7 leading UK brands in Europe’s first green business conference

How is climate change really affecting UK enterprises?
Wednesday 19th – Thursday 20th September 2007

Millenium Mayfair, London

Climate change is both a threat and a real opportunity for organisations, no matter what their size, to contribute an active role in the environment and the IT industry has a massive role to play in this change. The real issue lies in how we balance sustainability whilst still achieving economic prosperity.  Business need to be able to thrive, develop and grow whilst sustaining the environment we live in.

GreenCorp’s aim is to move the green business debate forward. You will have the chance to speak to CEO’s, strategy makers and those responsible for implementing some ambitious projects, designed to both reduce carbon emissions and boost bottom line profits.

Speaking at the event:

  • Lord Adair Turner, Global authority on the economics of climate change
    Tom Burke, Environmental Policy Adviser to Rio Tinto
    Dr. Steve Howard, CEO, The Climate Group
    Tom Delay, Chief Executive, The Carbon Trust
    Professor Kenny Tang, CEO, Oxbridge Climate Capital
    Nick Fry, CEO, Honda GP
    Dr. Chris Tuppen, Head of Sustainable Development & Corporate Accountability, BT
    Flic Howard –Allen, Director CSR & Communications, Marks & Spencer
    Peter Koster, CEO, European Climate Exchange
    Matt Wright, Energy Saving Trust
    Jessica Sansom, Head of Sustainability, Innocent Drinks
    Dr. George Basile, Director, Cleantech, Bite Communications

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