Join us at this year's EMEX

4th October 2019

Web p9 climate shutterstock 500223304

Related Topics

Related tags

  • sea ice loss ,
  • Sustainability ,
  • Engagement


James Casewell

EMEX is a leading UK energy exhibition and IEMA is again organising the Climate and Sustainability theatre for this year's event, which will be held at London Excel on 27-28 November. Our Climate Change and Energy network has been instrumental in sourcing leading presentations.

We will welcome James Dixon, FIEMA who will discuss his work at the Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Dan Hamza-Goodacre, FIEMA CEnv of the Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program and Professor Toby Peters from the University of Birmingham will present on the challenge of cooling globally. Network members will be on hand at lunchtime for small-group support and advice surgeries on key challenges. Further highlights will include a presentation by IEMA policy chief Martin Baxter on the future of UK environmental governance, and IEMA policy and engagement lead Nick Blyth presenting on IEMA's key climate change developments and the work we are leading on climate change coordination and carbon neutrality. Colleagues from Sweden will give a corporate case study presentation on 'carbon positive', and we will also welcome Dr Matt Brander from Edinburgh University, who will provide insights on greenhouse gas accounting. IEMA staff will be available to discuss professional membership and wider member benefits. Our stand will be right next to the IEMA Climate Change and Sustainability Theatre. We hope to see you there!

Photo credit: Shutterstock


Subscribe to IEMA's newsletters to receive timely articles, expert opinions, event announcements, and much more, directly in your inbox.

Transform articles

Weather damage insurance claims hit record high

Weather-related damage to homes and businesses saw insurance claims hit a record high in the UK last year following a succession of storms.

18th April 2024

Read more

The Scottish government has today conceded that its goal to reduce carbon emissions by 75% by 2030 is now “out of reach” following analysis by the Climate Change Committee (CCC).

18th April 2024

Read more

The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has issued a statement clarifying that no changes have been made to its stance on offsetting scope 3 emissions following a backlash.

16th April 2024

Read more

While there is no silver bullet for tackling climate change and social injustice, there is one controversial solution: the abolition of the super-rich. Chris Seekings explains more

4th April 2024

Read more

One of the world’s most influential management thinkers, Andrew Winston sees many reasons for hope as pessimism looms large in sustainability. Huw Morris reports

4th April 2024

Read more

Alex Veitch from the British Chambers of Commerce and IEMA’s Ben Goodwin discuss with Chris Seekings how to unlock the potential of UK businesses

4th April 2024

Read more

Regulatory gaps between the EU and UK are beginning to appear, warns Neil Howe in this edition’s environmental legislation round-up

4th April 2024

Read more

Five of the latest books on the environment and sustainability

3rd April 2024

Read more

Media enquires

Looking for an expert to speak at an event or comment on an item in the news?

Find an expert

IEMA Cookie Notice

Clicking the ‘Accept all’ button means you are accepting analytics and third-party cookies. Our website uses necessary cookies which are required in order to make our website work. In addition to these, we use analytics and third-party cookies to optimise site functionality and give you the best possible experience. To control which cookies are set, click ‘Settings’. To learn more about cookies, how we use them on our website and how to change your cookie settings please view our cookie policy.

Manage cookie settings

Our use of cookies

You can learn more detailed information in our cookie policy.

Some cookies are essential, but non-essential cookies help us to improve the experience on our site by providing insights into how the site is being used. To maintain privacy management, this relies on cookie identifiers. Resetting or deleting your browser cookies will reset these preferences.

Essential cookies

These are cookies that are required for the operation of our website. They include, for example, cookies that enable you to log into secure areas of our website.

Analytics cookies

These cookies allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors to our website and to see how visitors move around our website when they are using it. This helps us to improve the way our website works.

Advertising cookies

These cookies allow us to tailor advertising to you based on your interests. If you do not accept these cookies, you will still see adverts, but these will be more generic.

Save and close