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The Journey Project for Portland, Swindon

  • Lecture
  • Swindon
  • 04 July 2018
  • 18:30 - 20:00
The Journey Project for Portland, Swindon

About this event

'The Journey' is the fruit of a new partnership between MEMO, Albion Stone and the Eden Project.

The Link Mine, Bower's Quarry, as a monument to the industrial extraction of rock and as a deep space within the geology of Portland, can function as an immersive multi-sensory journey and cultural hub that will engage optimistically on one of the planet's most pressing issues. This is a journey not to be missed.

The subject of biodiversity is destined to remain an important global issue in the long term and is exquisitely appropriate to the evolutionary story embedded in the cliffs of the Jurassic Coast. A story that you are welcome to hear.

Speakers

June McGuire, MA

Project Manager with Eden Project International.

June has worked in the Oil & Gas sector for 25+ years; including 13 years with DNVGL as HSEQ Manager for Europe and the Middle East, and latterly as a project manager and management consultant.

June has worked for Oil & Gas majors (Elf/Total, Maersk) and Korean National Oil Corporation-owned Dana Petroleum, both within operations on process improvement, and at the Corporate office developing enterprise risk management and governance systems.

She recently moved to Cornwall from Scotland to join the Eden Project International team at an exciting time in the Eden Project evolution, and is working on projects outside of Cornwall, in the UK and internationally.

In her free time, June works with charities supporting health and mental wellbeing; she is a coach, counsellor and workshop facilitator, most recently with the MIT U-Lab program, adopted by the Scottish Government. She loves to be outside in nature enjoying the elements, gardening and is an aspiring artist.

Event venue

Jacobs/ CH2M offices
Burderop Park
Swindon
Swindon SN4 0QD
United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

Katie Sharrocks

e: katie.sharrocks@ice.org.uk
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