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Chris Stark presenting to jam packed IEMA Climate Change & Sustainability theatre last week EMEX 2018. An update much appreciated by IEMA members and the many energy professionals who crammed in to listen. @nblythiema
Many thanks to all of our speakers last week at IEMA Theatre within EMEX2018. Favourite image below... Thanks all – John Dora, Maria Pooley, Jamie Quinn, Johnathan Scurlock and many, many, more…@nblythiema
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