Counting Down to Zero – postponed

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9:00 – 15:30 including refreshments and lunch


Dame Ellen Terry Suite, Council House, Coventry, CV1 5RR

Details for getting to the venue – Counting down to Zero – How to get there


SWM in partnership with Ecuity and supported by the WMCA and Bryt Energy

The Event

This event will explore the opportunities and challenges for the achievement of Net Zero Carbon emissions.

The morning session will focus on the regional Sustainability Roadmap to 2030 and actions taken by key organisations including the WMCA as framed by their #WM2041 action paper, City of Wolverhampton Council, and other public sector organisations. We will outline some of the support available in achieving Net Zero.

The afternoon session  will focus on particular areas including energy, buildings, and transport, allowing delegate the opportunity to explore these in detail with the support of experts.


This event is aimed at a cross-sector audience and is free to attend. It is open to our existing networks, members and wider stakeholders. We are limited to 40 places and therefore may limit attendance to one delegate per organisation.


On the day we will hear from the following speakers:

  • Sustainability West Midlands
  • Jacqueline Homan, Head of Environment, West Midlands Combined Authority
  • Dr. Simon Slater, SWM Associate
  • Isaac Vivian, City of Wolverhampton Council
  • NHS Trust
  • Dr. Sharon George, Keele University
  • Ecuity and Industry Experts

The final agenda will be available in due course.

Sponsorship Opportunities

This is an opportunity to be associated with and support the development of this much needed, high profile event. Two sponsorship opportunities are available for this event.

Booking and More Information

This event is free to attend. However, we are limited to 40 places and therefore may limit attendance to one delegate per organisation. Click here to book.

Data Protection

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Any individual who objects to their contact details being obtained by SWM will, therefore, not be contacted and their details will not be stored.

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