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Low Carbon Cities Conference


Wednesday 1 December


All day (9:00am-5:00pm)


Coventry University Technology Park, Coventry, West Midlands


Coventry University,The Heart of England, Coventry City Council and Advantage West Midlands

Target audience

The target audience for the conference includes clients, consultants, contractors and manufacturers, or those interested in supplying to green technologies and services. It also includes policy and decision makers from the public and private sectors. There are opportunities for practitioners and researchers to showcase the science and evidence behind green roofs and other low carbon innovations.

The event itself

Whilst the Spending Review has created a tough environment for the UK over the next five years we must not forget the huge business opportunities that are being created by the transition to a low carbon economy, not just in the Midlands but across the country. If your business is able to seize these opportunities in time then you will be able to emerge from the recession stronger and with increased profit margins.

Coventry University is able to help you exploit some of these opportunities and, in order to showcase the opportunities on offer, would like to invite you to attend Coventry’s first Low Carbon Cities Conference. Hosted in partnership with Coventry City Council and Advantage West Midlands the Conference will explore Coventry’s potential to become a low carbon city of the future as well as presenting real opportunities for your business to become involved in this transition.

Coventry is already one of the UK’s top ten cities for environmental sustainability but with your involvement it can become one of the leading global centres for research and technology development in this field.

Further details are available at the Coventry University website.

How do you attend this event

Places are limited so we advise booking early.

Please register via the Low Carbon Cities Conference website.

For more information please contact the conference organiser Pam Shoker-Texeira: p.shoker-texeira@coventry.ac.uk 

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