Big Zero Show Vows to Upstage Coventry City in EFL Championship Play-Offs
As Coventry City FC confirms its place in the English Football League Championship play-offs, The Big Zero Show promises an even more compelling spectacle in the city next month.
The Big Zero Show will be held at the Coventry Building Society Arena, with top scorers in business and energy sharing their climate defence plans.
Keynote speakers including Andy Street, Juliet Davenport, Caroline Longman and Jon Butterworth will explain how running a cleaner firm can be a hugely profitable move.
The coronation bank holiday weekend may have been a big one for Coventry but, regardless of whether its team secures a coveted spot in the Premier League or not, Bret Willers, Head of Sustainability & Climate Change at Coventry City Council will discuss the progress that is being made towards reducing its carbon footprint.
Are you a public sector organisation or business, large or small, that needs advice on sustainability and net zero? Pathway to Net Zero talks will showcase how businesses from varying sectors are tackling their carbon emissions and taking green strides.
You’ll also be able to ask the experts as many questions as you like on 20th of June at the Coventry Building Society Arena when the UK’s biggest net zero event for business returns for a second consecutive year.
Invited guest speakers include The Rt Hon Grant Shapps, UK Secretary of State for the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street and Founder of Good Energy, Juliet Davenport.
Business and public sector leaders will also be able to learn and understand how to improve their organisation’s carbon footprint, with expert advice being made available ab out cutting emissions and financing options that may be available.
Brought to you by Future Net Zero (a cross-industry platform where businesses come together to help enable responsible growth and influence others) in association with Coventry City Council, the free event is projected to be bigger and better than last year.
There are only 1,500 free spaces so sign up now!
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