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The David Middleton Sustainability Conference – 18/10/22


18 October 2022




Tally Ho Conference & Banqueting Centre, Pershore Road, Birmingham, B5 7RN


Climate Change Solutions

The Event

For 2022, The David Middleton Sustainability Conference will again be bringing together a mix of speakers from large and small organisations in the public, private and third sectors looking at all aspects of Sustainability and Climate Change including Energy, Transport, the Circular Economy, Construction, Finance and more. Looking at both the Challenges and the Solutions. With the aim being for participants to have the opportunity to network, share knowledge and hear from some great speakers.

Keynote Speaker:
  • Jojo Mehta Co-Founder and Executive Director Stop Ecocide International

Jojo co-founded Stop Ecocide in 2017, alongside barrister and legal pioneer the late Polly Higgins, to support the establishment of ecocide as a crime at the International Criminal Court.

As key spokesperson and Executive Director of Stop Ecocide International, Jojo has overseen the remarkable growth of the movement (teams in 15 countries, websites in 9 languages) while coordinating between legal developments, diplomatic traction and public narrative.

  • Professor Martin Freer Birmingham Energy Institute University of Birmingham
  • Paul Dockerill  Director of Energy and Programme Managment  whg
  • Ben Williams Head of Zero Carbon Retrofit Wates Property Services
  • Andy Merrin Innovation & Decarbonisation Director United Living Property Services Ltd
  • Darren Snaith Director of Net Zero Soltherm/ Surefire
  • Nat Ortiz Senior Designer RSA
  • Anna Bright  Chief Executive Sustainability West Midlands (SWM)
  • Professor Rashid Gatrad OBE Consultant Paediatrician & Founder WASUP ( World Against Single Use Plastic ) and the David Middleton Sustainability Award Winner 2021
  • ‘For the sake of our children’
  • Mike Leonard CEO Building Alliance
  • Adam Smith CEO Surplus 2 Purpose / Founder Real Junk Food Project  – virtual
The event is run on a not-for-profit basis and although it is free to attend, the organisers were delighted to be able to donate £4,675 to WaterAid in 2021 through the kind generosity of their sponsors, exhibitors and donations from delegates. With your help they would love to beat that figure for 2022. Exhibition spaces available – £300 + vat If you have any question re exhibiting  or any other  aspect of the conference please contact jacqui.staunton@climate-change-solutions.co.uk


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