Smartly Sustainable: Using Smart Technology to do ‘more for less’
18 April @ 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm| £50
Smart technology and the analysis big data has the potential to transform the way we meet our core environmental and sustainability challenges – air pollution, water management, waste and recycling, energy management and climate change.
There is great interest in using these innovations to do ‘more for less’ – helping cities and other local places to meet their environmental obligations more efficiently and, by extension, more cost effectively.
Building on the work of www.SustainableSmartCities.org – this event will bring together senior decision makers from the public and private sectors to look at the practical steps which can be taken to deliver this principle in practice – from cities, to towns, to rural areas. it will see attendees from across the full range of stakeholders necessary to drive this agenda forward, and provide a neutral platform for the sharing of ideas, case studies and best practice.
This event is co-organised by the Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) an the Association of Directors of Environment, Economy Planning and Transport (ADEPT)
EARLY BIRD TICKETS ARE £50 (+VAT), INCREASING TO £75 (+VAT) FROM THE 19th MARCH