David Orr, Leading Environmental Educator and Sustainability Pioneer, will be a keynote speaker at the conference which will be the year’s premier higher and further education sustainability event.
Delegate booking is now available at www.eventsforce.net/eauc2016.
The two-day programme is available online and features keynote sessions as well as optional breakouts that allow delegates to tailor their conference experience to their own needs.
Keynote sessions start on Wednesday morning with a panel discussion, led by representatives from both UWE and University of Bristol, exploring Bristol’s year as the 2015 European Green Capital and the opportunities, challenges and legacy of the year.
David Orr, the Paul Sears Distinguished Professor of Environmental Studies & Politics EMERITUS and Counselor to the President at Oberlin College, joins us on Thursday morning to discuss sustainable communities. The conference concludes with a session delivered by Mac Macartney, founder of Embercome – a charity that seeks to inspire people to create a just, peaceful and sustainable world – who will deliver an engaging session that is sure to leave the audience full of ideas on how to promote sustainability at their institutions!
The conference workshops will be split into four categories based on the EAUC’s LiFE framework, ensuring a whole institution approach to sustainability. The LiFE framework categories include Estates and Operations, Partnerships and Engagement, Leadership and Governance and Learning and Teaching and Research and the breakout sessions will explore sustainable issues with regard to each.
The conference, which is supported by headline sponsor Carbon Credentials, offers opportunities for all attendees to network during the Exhibition. It also provides a social programme for a more relaxed atmosphere. There is a pre-conference social organised for the night prior to the conference on 24th May on campus, so if you’re planning on arriving the night before come and join us!
The annual Gala Dinner will be held on the evening on 25th May at UWE where, following a Food for Life Gold accredited three course meal, there will be entertainment so that everyone can let their hair down! On the morning of 26th May there are also activities organised on campus before the conference begins.
There are still exhibition and sponsorship packages available for the 2016 event – these are a great way for you, or companies you may work with, to showcase a products and/or services to a niche audience which will represent both the higher and further education sector.
The sponsorship and exhibition brochure is available to download from the exhibitor website at www.eventsforce.net/2016eauc. To discuss a package and for details on how to register please contact Wayne Talbot on 01223 208718/07952 824467 or email@example.com