Discussing the next five years for the environmental industry
The UK has a successful, innovative £100bn environmental sector, but environmental markets more than most are shaped by politics as much as economics. With a Conservative party with a mixed environmental track record now forming a majority government, an EU referendum within two years, critical international climate negotiations only months away, and economic uncertainty across the world, understanding the factors which will shape environmental business opportunities over the next five years is as critical as ever.
Join leading players in the environmental industries, as well as politicians, NGOs and other experts at the EIC's 2015 Annual Conference to find out:
- How will the political dynamic over the next five years affect environmental markets and commercial opportunities?
- What more can the UK do to encourage more innovation in its eco industries?
- How far is sustainability really embedded in the government's infrastructure agenda?
- How can UK environmental firms access the infrastructure supply chain?
19 November 2015, Willis Building, London
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