Get Advance Policy Intelligence at EIC's National Conference, 8 Dec 2009
10 November 2009, News release from EIC - Business Services
Future Policy Risks and Opportunities for the UK's Environmental Industry: Anticipating UK and EU Policy, 8 December 2009
As we approach a general election understanding the next governments plans for environmental policy that will drive our industry is now more important than ever.
Dan Norris MP, Minister of State at Defra, and Nick Herbert MP, Shadow Secretary of State for the Environment, will head up a unique programme of top policy makers, regulators and business leaders at EIC's forthcoming national conference.
EIC's conference will provide an unrivalled analysis of current and future UK and EU environmental policy, with high-level policy makers and regulators guiding delegates through the future for land, water, air, waste, energy and climate change policy - and how it will affect every sector of the economy.
Delegates will also hear expert advice from business leaders on how to exploit the huge new business opportunities these policies will create; how to access environmental finance and how export technologies and services abroad.
This is a must attend event for ensuring your business is not left behind in the race to secure the business opportunities environmental policy will create. You cannot afford to miss it.
UNIQUE CONFERENCE BENEFITS
This event is kindly co-sponsored by Halcrow and AECOM.
Halcrow specialises in the provision of planning, design and management solutions. With interests in environment, regeneration, transportation, water, maritime and the built environment our purpose is to sustain and improve the quality of people's lives.
AECOM is one of the UK's foremost environmental engineering and consultancy firms. We provide a multi-skilled and comprehensive capability to investigate, assess, design, and engineer solutions in all environmental fields.
Exhibition opportunities are available for companies wishing to be associated with this high profile event. For more information contact Clifford Harris at EIC on 0207 935 1683 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information please email EIC - Business Services