BBIA is delighted to announce that it will be hosting its conference, ‘Resource and Waste Management: A blueprint for a circular bioeconomy’, at the Auditorium of the Society of Chemical Industries, London, on 15 November.
The one-day conference will address how climate change, soil and water quality, biodiversity loss, food production and waste, packaging and packaging waste, energy policies and health, are inextricably linked. The conference will also look at how innovation can improve life quality and provide a range of cross-sector solutions, whilst stimulating investments and employment in cutting edge industries in the UK.
The cost to attend the event is £100+VAT. All local authority delegates, delegates representing civil society not-for-profit organisations, MPs, Lords, parliamentary assistants and BBIA Members (two per member) pay no fee.
Tickets can be purchased from the conference Eventbrite page.
For details of the conference programme and a list of speakers, please visit the event page on the BBIA website.