Energy Breakfast – Are you doing your bit for the environment?

Thursday 29 July 2021 08:00 - 09:00

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Are you doing your bit for the environment?

Learn how businesses can map their Carbon footprint.

Join the ergo and Aura teams at our latest energy breakfast to find out how you can do your bit. How you can interpret the big picture and consequently take action in your own business.


Are you in danger of losing work due to changes in regulations?

Tune in to ensure you are up to speed with the changes and also hear how you can continue to support the journey to net zero.


Guest speakers include:

David Talbot – CEO of CATCH

Hear from David on the Humber strategy and how the Region is approaching the journey to net zero. David’s vision for CATCH is “to be a leading industry-led membership, skills development and competency assurance organisation in the Humber, Yorkshire, the UK and internationally through:

1. Being at the leading edge of change, with outstanding employer-led networks sharing best practice and promoting innovation.

2. The provision of a unique, authentic and industry focused training and competence assessment facility with a world class reputation and track record in delivering employer needs.

3. Ensuring future generations of employees are prepared to enter the workplace with the right skills and behaviours needed by industry.


Neil Armstrong – CEO of Visibility Associates

Hear from Neil who is able to help with mapping your carbon footprint and how. Neil is the founder of Visibility Associates and part of his business, Carbon Visibility, aims to decarbonise the global supply chain by unlocking the power of our clients' data, supporting your journey to Carbon Zero.


Quentin Kelly-Edwards – MD of Flamelily Environmental Ltd

Hear from Quentin to understand the technology already in place to support carbon reduction with examples in use today. Flamelily Environmental help farmers to protect the environment, increase productivity and lift the bottom line.

Date & Time: Thursday 29th June 2021 @ 8.00am – 9.00am

A direct link to the event will be sent one day prior to the event on Wednesday 28th July 2021