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Add to Calendar 10-02-2022 17:30 10-02-2022 19:30 false Europe/London Q&A: How is Net Zero Carbon being achieved in practice?, online We are delighted to announce the South branch will be hosting an in-person panel discussion about how Net Zero Carbon is being achieved in practice. This Q&A event will be Chaired by Emily Duncombe from Arup and open to the audience so please bring your questions.
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  • 10 February 2022
  • 17:30 - 19:30 (UK time)
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About this event

We are delighted to announce the South branch will be hosting an in-person panel discussion about how Net Zero Carbon is being achieved in practice. This Q&A event will be Chaired by Emily Duncombe from Arup and open to the audience so please bring your questions.

Speakers

Chitra Nadarajah

Hampshire County Council

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Chitra Nadarajah is Strategic Manager for Climate Change at Hampshire County Council. She has worked for Hampshire for over 20 years, starting as a climate change officer and throughout the years has developed and led a wide range of multi-disciplinary projects and programmes in a range of sectors including environment, waste and highways. Chitra’s current role is to lead Hampshire’s strategic response to climate change at a County-wide level, focusing on working with partners to reduce emissions and build resilience in the key sectors of environment, infrastructure, transport, energy, and economy. Chitra also manages the delivery of the Hampshire 2050 Commission – a wide-ranging commission of multi-disciplinary local and national experts and stakeholders to consider what the future holds – across a range of issues concerning the people and the place of the county – and how a forward-thinking local authority will accept its role with partners in embracing that future.

Nick Flinn

Shell

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Nick currently leads Shell’s Global Decarbonisation Technology Licensing business specialising in CCUS, Hydrogen and Biofuels. He has been in the energy industry for 26 years qualifying as a Chemical Engineer from Imperial College in 1995. Nick has held a variety of roles including site operations, project management, consultancy, technology delivery and commercial & business management roles across companies such as ExxonMobil, Shell, Arthur D Little and John Brown. With the world’s need for more and cleaner energy for the future, Nick is focused on bringing technology solutions to achieve net zero carbon results.  

 

Emily Duncombe

Arup

Emily Duncombe

Emily is the current Chair of the South Branch. In her day job, Emily leads multi-disciplinary design teams delivering buildings projects for Clients across a range of sectors, including Healthcare, Higher Education and the Science, Industry and Technology sectors. Emily is passionate about reducing the impact of carbon through good engineering design solutions and helping Client’s achieve their suitability goals.

For more information please contact:

Rose Creasey

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