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Mon 26 Oct, '20 - Fri 30 Oct, '20
All-day
European SDG Summit 2020

Runs from Monday, October 26 to Friday, October 30.

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

The European SDG Summit 2020 will gather recognised Sustainability Leaders in:

5 HIGH-LEVEL PLENARIES (11:00-12:30 CET)
25 EUROPEAN SDG ROUNDTABLES (15:30-17:00 CET)
25 NATIONAL SDG ROUNDTABLES (13:30-14:30 CET)

Discover all the sessions we have in store for you each day:
DAY 1: OCTOBER 26 
DAY 2: OCTOBER 27
DAY 3: OCTOBER 28
DAY 4: OCTOBER 29
DAY 5: OCTOBER 30

The Summit is co-organised in collaboration with CSR Europe’s network of 100+ Corporate Members, National Partner Organisations, and Associated Members.

Register to the event to have access to all the 55 sessions of the Summit:

 

Mon 2 Nov, '20 - Thu 12 Nov, '20
All-day
Royal Academy of Engineering - GCRF Frontiers of Development | Building Resilience Series
RA Eng, Virtual symposia events

Runs from Monday, November 02 to Thursday, November 12.

To register your interest in attending this symposium Register

The next Frontiers of Development symposium will take place virtually between 2-12 November 2020, focusing on the theme of resilient resource use.

Our current use of resources is not sustainable, resilient, or easily adaptable to new or alternative modes of use. Further, it is inequitably distributed both geographically and societally. Key questions the event will address include:

  • How do we build resilience in the world of shared resources?
  • How can we develop a pattern of resource use that is equitable, resilient and sustainable in societal, economic and environmental terms, bearing in mind all relevant factors including climate change, population growth and the socio-geo-political environment?
  • What are some practical solutions to ensure resilient resource use?
  • How do we improve human resources, such as through education, nutrition and skills?
  • How do we make sure that our natural resources, such as water and air, are used and accessed equitably and sustainably?
  • How can we use economic resources and incentives to encourage responsible behaviour?
Mon 23 Nov, '20 - Wed 25 Nov, '20
1pm - 5pm
COMPOSITES UK: RECOMP - REUSE AND RECYCLING OF FRP COMPOSITES

Runs from Monday, November 23 to Wednesday, November 25.

In partnership with the Innovative Manufacturing and Future Materials GRP, University of Warwick, please join us online for Recomp 2020 to learn about recent developments in re-use, recycling, recovery, re-purposing of fibre reinforced polymer composite parts, fibres and resins. The event includes feedback from major international projects including Dreamwind, EcoBulk, FiberEUse and Re-Wind.
Monday, November 23, 2020 - 13:00 to Wednesday, November 25, 2020 - 17:00
REGISTER VIA EVENTBRITE - CLICK HERE
Mon 29 Mar, '21 - Thu 1 Apr, '21
All-day
Warwick Polymer Conference
University of Warwick, Coventry. UK

Runs from Monday, March 29 to Thursday, April 01.

Warwick Polymer Conference will take place on 29th March - 1st April 2021, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK.

Join over 70 invited and plenary speakers attending to present their latest results. Spaces are limited to 500 attendees.

Registration now open.

Wed 1 Sep, '21 - Sat 4 Sep, '21
All-day
18th International Conference of Women Engineers and Scientists
University of Warwick

Runs from Wednesday, September 01 to Saturday, September 04.

Established in 1964 and hosted every 3 years, ICWES is the flagship event of the International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists (INWES). ICWES attracts in excess of 500 engineers and scientists from all over the world, providing a unique opportunity to exchange information on their work, careers and offers a plethora of opportunities to discuss innovative technologies in the 21st century across the engineering, science and technological professions, allowing unrivalled networking with colleagues in business, academia and government. Details of previous editions of ICWES can be found here.

ICWES18 will be structured around the theme ‘Global Humanitarian Challenges’ covering topics such as pollution, renewable energy, sustainable cities, water and sanitation, natural/man-made disasters, along with a newly added topic of Pandemics/COViD-19. The conference will also focus of role of the education and training of women in tackling societal challenges.

Registration and further details, including abstract submission deadline and exhibitor/sponsorship packages.