2011 conference programme unveiled

10th June 2011

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The programme of sessions, speakers and workshops for IEMA's 2011 conference is now almost complete.

The conference, entitled “Sustainable business: environmental professionals driving change”, takes place on 15–16 November at Savoy Place in London.

As the title suggests, the conference will focus on how environment professionals can play a vital role in helping business and organisations meet the challenges of sustainability and developing sustainable solutions.

The list of speakers includes:

  • Peter Young (Aldersgate Group)
  • Miles Watkins (Aggregate Industries)
  • Andrew Bloodworth (British Geological Survey)
  • Steve Wallace (National Grid)
  • Peter White (P&G)
  • Paul Turner (Lloyds TSB)
  • Professor Steve Evans (Cranfield University)
  • Henrietta Anstey (BAE Systems)
  • Toby Robins (Wiles Greenworld)

There are now just six weeks left before the special early-bird discount rate (see below) expires on 31 July.

Places are already being filled, so to be sure of yours, visit the IEMA website.

IEMA 2011 conference costs

Day 1

Day 2

Both Days

IEMA member special early bird rate (book before 31 July) £159 £159 £249
IEMA member (booked after 31 July) £199 £199 £349
Non-member £249 £249 £449


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