Tetra Tech will be attending as event partners to this year’s Environmental Analyst UK Business Summit, taking place on Thursday 30, November at the Leonardo Royal Hotel in London.
The 9th Summit of its kind, this year will focus on ‘Embracing Disruptors to Deliver Sustainable Transformation’, exploring the evolution of the Environmental and Sustainability industry as well as how to react to market disruptors to amplify market growth opportunity.
Sustainability is deeply ingrained in Tetra Tech’s global business approach, extending across our operations, projects, and community activities. We utilise cutting-edge expertise and the latest technology to offer clients more sustainable solutions and continuously refine our business practices. We will be sharing our knowledge at this year’s Summit through a Panel Discussion with Howard Waples and Interactive Roundtable Discussion hosted by Conor Lydon:
Howard Waples – Director, Natural Capital
Panel Topic: Achieving a Nature Positive Economy
Discussing strategies for achieving nature-positive outcomes in business, emphasising key aspects such as biodiversity improvement, buy-in from leadership, integration of different nature components, and measurable outcomes. Howard will explore the balance between mandatory requirements and incentivising change, emphasising the importance of businesses giving back more than they take. Additionally, highlighting the integration of nature-positive approaches with economic sustainability and social equity. and specific projects, are presented as examples.
Conor Lydon – Director, Head of Groundwater & Geothermal
Roundtable Topic: Is Geothermal one of the Solutions to Help Decarbonise our Heat Sector?
Looking at the potential for (shallow & deep) geothermal opportunities this discussion will investigate the role that geothermal plays in decarbonising our heat network.
As with many practices it’s about mitigating risk and being fully aware of what may get in the way so also discussing the affects that Economics & Funding Options, Statutory Approvals & Licensing, Public Perception & understanding Data Gaps & and Skills & Technology Gaps play on this. We will also be looking at Research requirements and what can be done to increase uptake of geothermal opportunities across the UK Ireland.
Attending alongside Howard and Conor, will be:
- Marc Davies – Managing Director, Environment, Sustainability and Planning
- Michael Boyd – Managing Director, Geo environment and Mining Services
- Clare May – Director, Ecology
- Catherine Cook – Director, Head of Land Quality