Beyond Zero 2045 - Facing the Climate Emergency
Join 3ppp (Public-Private-Partnerships) on the 14th October 2020 at this year’s seventh annual projects conference.
Scotland’s contribution to climate change will end definitively within a generation under the Climate Change Bill. The landmark legislation commits Scotland to become a net-zero society by 2045 – five years before the rest of the UK and in line with the advice from the government’s independent expert advisors, the UK Committee on Climate Change. The Scottish Government will also respond to the global climate emergency by adopting an ambitious new target to reduce emissions by 75% by 2030 – the toughest statutory target of any country in the world for this date going above and beyond what the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said is required worldwide to limit warming to 1.5 degrees. To ensure we continue to take an evidence-based approach the Scottish Government will commission new advice from the Committee on Climate Change on the UK wide pathway to 2030. Accountability for meeting the targets will be strengthened, with Ministers now required to report on progress to tackle climate change in every sector, every year. A Citizens’ Assembly on Climate Change will be created to make recommendations to Ministers on how Scotland’s net-zero transition should be achieved.
Climate Change Secretary Roseanna Cunningham said:
“Our new Climate Change Bill demonstrates what international leadership on climate action means. Not only are we setting legally binding targets to reduce emissions to net-zero in direct response to the Paris Agreement, but we are also putting in place the most stringent framework of statutory targets of any country in the world.
“We have already almost halved emissions since 1990. The second half of Scotland’s journey to net-zero emissions will, undoubtedly, require different, and in many cases much more difficult, choices than has been the case to date but it is clear people across Scotland want to see action. No one should be in any doubt of the Scottish Government’s commitment to using every policy lever at our disposal to rise to this challenge.
“Our end target is firmly based on what we are told is the limit of what can currently be achieved. It is the maximum possible ambition based upon the best available science and requires the UK to take action to meet their targets if Scotland is to meet ours. In the interim, while there is some uncertainty over the precise route that can be taken, we believe it is right to be as ambitious as possible to drive the action required to make the changes we need. The Climate Change Bill was passed by 113 votes to 0 at Holyrood on the 25th September 2019, therefore Scottish Government will now seek further advice from the Committee on Climate Change and publish an update to our 2018-2032 Climate Change Plan showing the pathway to our targets out to 2032 within six months of the bill receiving royal assent. The new Climate Change Bill commits Scotland to a target of net-zero emissions of all greenhouse gases by 2045. This is tougher than a net-zero carbon target, which commits only to balancing carbon dioxide emissions. The Scottish Government is currently consulting on plans for Public Sector bodies to set a date for zero-emissions – under which buildings, estates and entire operations would cease to generate any emissions
Conference Theme “FACING THE CLIMATE EMERGENCY”
08:00 am – Registration and Morning Coffee in the “Networking Zone” 75 minutes of Networking
SESSION 1 Commences
10:40 am – Question & Answer Panel Session from Delegate Audience to Main Plenary Speakers
10:55 am – Interactive Refreshment Break in the “Networking Zone” 45 minutes of Networking.
SESSION 2 Commences
13:05 pm – Question & Answer Panel Session from Delegate Audience to Main Plenary Speakers
13:20 pm – Interactive Lunch in the “Networking Zone” (1hr of Networking)
SESSION 3 Commences
Chaired by TBS
15:45 pm – Question & Answer Panel Session from Delegate Audience to Main Plenary Speaker.
16:00 pm – Closing Remarks.
Networking Zone & Exhibitor List
Who will attend
Delegate Job Titles
- Architects / Architectural Design Practices
- Capital Project Managers
- Chief Executives
- Civil Mechanical Electrical Engineers
- Climate Change Managers
- Construction/Building Services
- Directors of Regeneration
- Directors/Heads of Biodiversity
- Directors/Heads of Estates Infrastructure
- Directors/Heads of Finance
- Directors/Heads of Planning and Design
- Directors/Heads of Procurement
- Directors/Heads of Sustainability
- Directors/Heads of Sustainable Development
- Directors/Heads of Transport
- Directors/Heads/Managers of Estates and Facilities
- Directors/Managers of Assets
- Directors/Managers of ICT Services
- Energy Managers
- Environment and Sustainability Officers
- Environmental Waste Managers
- Estates and Facilities Sustainability Team Directors
- FM Companies
- Fleet Managers
- Highway Agency Professionals
- IP and Patent Companies
- I.T & Software Professionals
- Land Owners
- Legal and accounting companies
- Local Authority Public Health Staff
- Local Government Senior Management and Cabinet Members
- NHS Board Members
- NHS Boards Property Services
- Public Health Professionals
- Public and Private Finance Organisations
- Sustainability and Energy Managers
- Sustainability Consultants
- Transport Professionals and Planners
- Technologists and Technology Developers
Promote Your Products or Services to our Delegates
Sponsorship & Advertising Opportunities
3ppp (Public-Private-Partnerships) offer a number of sponsorship, partnership and exhibition opportunities that can meet your marketing and business development needs. Our programmes and conference agenda are carefully aligned with the training needs of our audiences. All of our packages are tailored to meet the requirements of your organisation, and we work with our clients on a bespoke basis to ensure you receive the best possible return on your investment.
Benefit from an extensive, targeted marketing campaign to attract your ideal customers and business objectives. All events are advertised through brochure and email campaigns reaching thousands of public and third sector contacts.
Got an event idea? We can work with you to deliver a commercially viable and professional event in a topic area of your choice. We want to make a difference and our delegates trust us to work with innovative and leading organisations who can help to improve public services.
Exhibitors benefit from prime position in the high-traffic coffee, lunch and registration areas. We can organise an interview at your stand, hold one-to-one sessions with delegates, and introduce your organisation to the audience.
Bespoke Packages Available
Host a roundtable lunch, sponsor a drinks reception, deliver a presentation, write an article or partner an event. We adapt our sponsorship packages to ensure they meet your requirements.
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Be at the forefront of the agenda and develop your prestige. A speaking slot enables you to convey key messages and raise your profile amongst industry and public sector leaders.
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Bringing People together
Our events bring together public and private sector personnel and provide an opportunity to learn from each other. All of our sponsorship packages include guest places. Invite your most important clients, or use our events as internal training and networking opportunities.
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Engage with Key Audiences
We target senior level delegates and key decision makers to ensure you are in front of a high-level and select audience. We offer only limited stand numbers to ensure our exhibitors gain direct access to delegates and speakers rather than be one of many exhibitors who struggle to make an impact and see a return.