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The Humber – Preparing for the Future

The Humber – Preparing for the Future

Sustainable development and climate change post COVID

 The Humber Region’s business perspective and capabilities

 Your opportunity to influence the decision makers

 Monday 22 March, 2021   2pm – 3pm.

 Chair:  Richard Gwilliam, Drax PLC

In partnership with Wilton Park and the British Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office the Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite you to participate in a round table discussion that will contribute insight into the Humber regions business perspective and capabilities on sustainable development and climate change post COVID, the UK’s G7 Presidency and the UK’s hosting of COP 26.


Chair :  Richard Gwilliam - Drax PLC

Tom Cargill - Chief Executive, Wilton Park

Dr Andy Jefferson - Director of Sustainable Aviation  A & G Jefferson Ltd

Phil Jones – President, Hull & Humber Chamber of Commerce

Professor Daniel Parsons - University of Hull

Martin Vickers MP - Member of Parliament for Cleethorpes

Michael Whitehead -  Vice President, Hull & Humber Chamber of Commerce

Attendees are invited to contribute to the discussion by submitting questions to the panellists beforehand by emailing, or live during the webinar.

Booking information:

Venue:       Zoom Webinar – click to register.

Date:          22nd March, 2021

Time:          2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

Open to members and non-members.                                 

ASM Global
On Line Design Engineering Group Ltd
Double Tree by Hilton Forest Pines Hotel & Golf Resort
Alan Boswell Insurance Brokers
Andrew Jackson Solicitors LLP
Streets Chartered Accountants
We are My
SPS Group
Hull News and Pictures
Associated British Ports
University of Hull
Wilkin Chapman LLP