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Trowers and Hamlins - Exeter Science Park
On 15th March 2019 Exeter City Council, declared a commitment to make Exeter a Carbon-Neutral City by 2030. In June 2019 Theresa May announced the government's plans for the UK to be the first major economy to set a net zero carbon target in law with the aim of eliminating the UK's impact on climate change by 2050.
The South West has long been home to businesses creating new ways to reduce our contribution to global warming but these targets provide a new impetus and opportunities to work towards a zero carbon future for the region.
The Arboricultural Association Conference and Awards
The Arboricultural Association’s conference and evening awards ceremony took place at Exeter University. The Arboricultural Association was founded in 1964 as a scientific and educational organisation, keen to promote the care and value of trees in no forest settings. The passion for trees shown by our founders then continues to exist in our Board and members today. Trees make a difference to the world in which we live. To our health, our well-being and our environment.
Wealth for Life Conference Leicester
Wealth for Life is an organisation that is heavily involved in legacy planning, financial planning and wealth planning. Their yearly conferences are held in Leicester. This year the guest speakers were Liam Brady ( former Arsenal and Juventus player ) and Steve Heaney MC.
Tomohawk Homes Exeter Conference
Tomohawk Homes conference discussing their latest build acquisition of land and general forecast for the building trade and house builders.
Low Carbon Homes Forum
Back to Exeter University to photograph the conference of The Low Carbon Homes Forum. Low Carbon Homes is a series of events, focused on retrofit, which in 2019 will be hosted in Dorset, Sussex, Suffolk and Manchester. Each event follows a similar collaborative model, encouraging and facilitating dialogue between our architect, engineer, landlord, surveyor, consultant, contractor and local authority attendees.
The Genetics Society- 100 years old
I photographed a conference on behalf of the Genetics Society who were celebrating their 100th Year. The Genetics Society is a registered charity and was founded in 1919 as the world’s first society devoted to the study of the mechanisms of inheritance. It is also one of the world's oldest "learned societies". Famous founder members included William Bateson, Edith Rebecca Saunders, JBS Haldane and AW Sutton. Membership includes over 1900 of the UK's active professional genetics, including teachers, researchers and students and is open to anyone with an interest in genetic research or teaching, or in the practical breeding of plants and animals.