Sustainability Special Interest Group
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AGM & Guest Lecture

Date From: 23 March 2017
Location: England
Description: Annual General Meeting (AGM), refreshments, an hour long presentation entitled 'Carbon Budgets, Peak Oil Demand and Stranded Assets' by James Leaton followed by a Q&A Session. The AGM is free-of-charge to attend, there is a small fee of £10.00 for the refreshments and lecture. You will need register to attend each event due health and safety.
Event Type: Special Interest Groups
Venue: One Portland Place, London W1B 1PN

Time: 17:00 - 19:30

AGM: Free-of-charge, open to all
Lecture: £10.00 open to all. Students free-of-charge.
Organiser: Sustainability Special Interest Group

All members of the group are invited to attend the AGM. Nominations to join the committee are welcomed from all members of the group.

Any member who wishes to be elected to the committee should be nominated and seconded from within the group's membership, and should be confirmed to the chair, Malcolm Wilkinson by 16 March.
Please note that volunteers for the positions of chair and treasurer must be Chartered Members of IChemE. Volunteers for all committee positions must be current members of IChemE.

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The Lecture, Carbon Budgets, Peak Oil Demand and Stranded Assets is a unique opportunity to hear the research conclusions from a highly regarded organisation which won the Guardian Sustainable business Award for Innovation in Communicating Sustainability in May 2014 and May 2015. Carbon Tracker is an independent financial think tank which provides in-depth analysis on the impact of climate change on capital markets and investment in fossil fuels, mapping risk, opportunity and the route to a low carbon future. Carbon Tracker is a team of financial, energy and legal experts with a ground breaking approach to limiting future greenhouse gas emissions. 

This presentation will provide a unique perspective to engineers engaged in the oil and gas sector and all with involvement in sustainable development and planning for a low carbon future. It is particularly relevant to the work of the IChemE Energy Centre.

Speaker: James Leaton
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Due to health and safety you will need to register to attend the AGM and lecture separately to ensure that we don't exceed our maximum numbers.


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