Led by the highly experienced technical and environmental consultant Eize De Vries, this Insight Seminar and Forum has been carefully designed to provide policy makers, supply chain professionals, project managers and business leaders a clear pathway towards understanding how initiatives with multinational stakeholders can be prepared with the least environmental impact and lowest carbon output. In the initial 3-hour session, participants will discover the importance of systems and system boundaries for developing effective strategies to align business and operational objectives with climate goals. In the forum on the second day, participants return to discuss their particular initiative with fellow participants and Eize. Participants will leave with a better understanding of what a low-carbon footprint and carbon neutrality actually mean, and better positioned to assess competing international decarbonisation alternatives. Register now for this transformative experience.
Understanding the Global Climate Challenge
Strategies for Multinational Decarbonisation
Collaboration and Innovation
Forum (Day 2)
Eize De Vries’ diverse international professional experience includes working in capacities that include technical and environmental consultant, design engineer, project leader and lecturer in sustainable technology. His professional activities incorporate in-depth reviews of systems and system-interactions for both renewable and non-renewable technologies, as well as tech used in various application environments. His long-term focus has been on wind power, where he draws on his automotive and agricultural engineering training and experience. Additional academic training in organic agriculture and systems engineering has provided him with the insight needed to assess the key performance indicators of technological and lifecycle systems, their cost benefits and their environmental impacts. He works as a technology and international market trends consultant and is a columnist for Windpower Monthly.
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