Taking place throughout the week from 14-18th September, with each day focusing on a different topic relevant to rural areas. This week we are concentrating on the fourth conference day, Thursday 17th September which is Rural Environment Day! Kindly sponsored by Green Energy UK, the day will feature sessions that all members of the Rural Services Network can access for free. Book your place here
Throughout the course of the week, we are providing a range of sessions to make you feel like you are at our normal conference.
Rural Environment Day Plenary
The plenary session will feature two speakers:
Firstly, Phil Brennan, Head of Apse Energy, (Association for Public Service Excellence) will be talking about local authorities and climate declarations to consider practical ways councils can implement a more energy efficient approach.
Secondly, David Cope, the Countryside Climate Network Coordinator for UK100, the network for ambitious local leaders who want to deliver a transition to clean energy and net zero for their communities. His challenge is to help raise the voice of rural councils alongside urban authorities in the national discussion about climate action.
Feature on Rural Environment
Also available on the day, will be a presentation by our sponsor for the day, Green Energy UK.
You can find out more about Green Energy UK at this link
Places are only available to organisations that are members of the Rural Services Network and can be booked at this link
If you are not a member and would like to find out more, please contact email@example.com
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