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Sustainability and Low Carbon Consultancy Conference

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Through the Sustainability in Enterprise project, Nottingham Business School (NBS) supports SMEs with bespoke sustainability and carbon management consultancy delivered by a team of final-year Student Consultants studying undergraduate courses at NTU.

  • From: Friday 28 January 2022, 10 am
  • To: Friday 28 January 2022, 3 pm
  • Location: NTU City Campus, Newton Building, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
  • Booking deadline: Thursday 27 January 2022, 8.00 pm
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This event will adhere to social distancing guidelines in place at the time.

In autumn 2021, 140 NBS students conducted carbon management consultancies for 32 SMEs across the Greater Nottingham area. At this event, each student team will have the opportunity to present the findings of their consultancies to their clients during the Sustainability and Low Carbon Consultancy Conference.

The event will involve:

  • a team poster presentation by the students to their SME clients
  • a keynote speech from a distinguished industry expert
  • a brief address by from the Sustainability in Enterprise project manager
  • networking and sustainability discussions


Keynote speaker: Sarah Mukherjee MBE, CEO of IEMA

Sarah Mukherjee, CEO of IEMA

We are delighted to confirm that Sarah Mukherjee MBE will be joining us a keynote speaker.

Sarah is the CEO of IEMA, the professional body for everyone working, studying, or interested in sustainability.

She was the BBC's Environment Correspondent for many years, presenting on national and international BBC radio and television news, working – and winning awards - across the world. Since leaving the Corporation, she has had leadership roles in utilities and agriculture. She was a panel member for the National Parks Review and sits on the National Food Strategy Advisory Panel.  She is a Trustee of the Woodland Trust, a governor of Harper Adams University and is Co-Chair of the Oxford Farming Conference.

Sarah has been a Campaign for Real Ale beer judge and a rugby reporter in the past - two activities she still enjoys - and is a runner and yoga addict.

Sarah will be sharing her knowledge and experiences on the concept of sustainability from the IEMA/practitioner perspective, the outcomes of COP26, Net Zero, graduate employability, youth engagement in climate change, and sustainability issues beyond 2022.

Event programme

10 am - 12 pm Poster presentations by 32 student teamsNewton Building, Level 0
12 pm - 1 pmLunch breakNewton Building, Level 0
1 pm - 3pm

Networking and conference

Newton Building, LT4

Booking information

If you have multiple people attending from your organisation, please book individually to ensure we can be sure of numbers, and provide the latest updates directly.

If you have any queries about this event, please email

Location details


NTU City Campus
Newton Building
Goldsmith Street

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