IEMA's main conference event for 2011 is exactly two months away today. Click to get updated on the programme.

With the IEMA Sustainable Business: Environmental Professionals Driving Change conference exactly two months away, here's an update on what delegates can expect from this leading event.

Over the summer we have secured yet more inspiring names from many well-known and pioneering organisations who will deliver stimulating presentations. More speakers are yet to be announced but some of the names you may recognise include;

  • Steve Wallace - National Grid
  • Henrietta Anstey - BAE Systems
  • Professor Steve Evans - Cranfield University
  • Paul Turner - Lloyds TSB
  • Peter White - Proctor and Gamble
  • Andrew Bloodworth - British Geological Survey
  • Dr. Miles Watkins - Aggregate Industries
  • Peter Young - SKM Enviros
  • Richard Aylard - Thames Water
  • Sara Eppel - Defra
  • Fiona Ball - BSkyB
  • Helen Woolston - Transport for London
  • Toby Robins - Wiles Greenworld
  • Lucy Shea - Futerra Sustainability Communications
  • Diana Montgomery - Chemical Industries Association

As well as these leading names, IEMA Sustainable Business will also feature other elements that make IEMA conferences so worthwhile such as:

  • A thought-provoking >workshop programme across 24 separate sessions
  • Full and Chartered Environmentalist membership surgery sessions
  • Informative Exhibition zones, populated by organisations including Futerra Sustainability Communications, Carbon Systems and SGS
  • An Evening Drinks Reception sponsored by Ricoh with the presentation of the IEMA Graduate Award sponsored by Land Securities
  • Unrivalled networking opportunities

As delegate spaces really are beginning to fill rapidly � at a much faster rate than in 2010 - book your place soon to avoid missing out on this truly exciting conference.

IEMA Member can book on at any time at the special rate of �349 for the entire conference. Plus, with group discounts available, why not consider bringing some colleagues with you to get the most from IEMA Sustainable Business?

Click here to find out more, plan your conference programme and book your place today!