Net Zero for Emergency Services: a Tough Nut to Crack

Thursday 25th November 2021

Theatre :  Public Sector  Sustainability and Net Zero 

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One of the most visible consequences of a warming world is an increase in the intensity and frequency of extreme weather events – hurricanes, droughts and wildfires, flooding and high winds.

Emergency Services are under an enormous pressure to build greater resilience in their organisation to respond to these more frequent and more unpredictable events while mitigating the impact of carbon emissions in their operations.

A thought nut to crack, right?

Victoria, Emma, Paul and Chris will give you some amazing insights on how emergency services are racing to Net Zero while building greater resilience.

Chris Rutherford Fleet Commercial Manager London Ambulance Service NHS TrustChris Rutherford Fleet Commercial Manager
London Ambulance Service NHS Trust
Emma Kent Construction Director Metropolitan Police ServiceEmma Kent Construction Director
Metropolitan Police Service
Lord Rupert RedesdaleLord Rupert Redesdale Chair
EMEX Conference
Paul Cook London Fire BrigadePaul Cook Carbon Reduction Manager
London Fire Brigade
Victoria Limbrick Energy & Environmental Resources Manager Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI)Victoria Limbrick Energy & Environmental Resources Manager
Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI)

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