The Race to Net Zero – Burnley College expert to address industry leaders on how to set your sights on sustainability
The newly appointed Chairman of the British Association of Construction Heads and Burnley College Sustainability Lead David Lord will be sharing his expertise with delegates on a day dedicated to tackling the challenges and opportunities associated with a low-carbon future.
As energy prices continue to cause concern and with a growing drive for a more sustainable future from both consumers and employees, it is now essential your businesses are creating their plan to reduce its carbon footprint or even cut it to “net zero.”
That’s what the Lancashire Net Zero Carbon Conference on Wednesday 28 June is all about.
A diverse range of speakers will address delegates and business will be sharing their expertise and products at the conference at Wellbeing Farm, Edgeworth.
Discussions will range from the benefits of having a net zero ambition, both within your business and externally, as well as how ensuring you have future-proofed your workforce with the skills and knowledge they will require as you progress towards your goal.
David Lord says it’s an honour to present:
We’re so privileged at Burnley College to have a purpose-built comprehensive Low Carbon Hub, packed with the kind of technology which once seemed like science-fiction and is rapidly becoming an everyday part of construction.
Talking points will include the benefits your bottom line, regulations surrounding procurement and how Lancashire is contributing on a global scale.
David Lord recently received the honour of being name as the new Chairman of the British Association of Construction Heads (BACH).
BACH is a highly influential group that represents colleges across the UK who offer construction courses.
Learn more about Burnley College’s drive towards a sustainable future for everyone: