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IAM Annual Conference 2021

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IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual
Mon 14th - Weds 16th June
UK

Date & Time:
14 June 2021 10:00
to
16 June 2021 17:00

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Here is just a sample of the thought-leading presentations, workshops and panel discussions in store over the three days.

Reducing the environmental impact of construction - Dr David Jackson, Senior Carbon Consultant, Sweco

As a weather forecaster, David saw first-hand the impact climate change was having on our environment. Seeing this, he turned his hand to innovative research in carbon management to help drive business change. His research has led to carbon accounting tools, guidance for implementing carbon management practices, and collaboration across the supply chain to tackle a systematic reduction in emissions.

Tsunami floodgates: resilient protection for community and land - Tim Collins, Secretary General, International Stainless Steel Forum
Rising tides pose a risk to the physical environment of communities worldwide.

In this session, learn about the innovative and resilient solutions being applied now in response to current and forecasted tidal challenges – and the ongoing improvement of these systems to build true operational resilience.

Our learning workshops can further your individual journey, whether you are new to the field or just want to consolidate and confirm your knowledge. Workshop topics include:

• Introduction to asset management
• How can asset management address the climate emergency?
• Asset management needs information
• How to apply “six capitals” thinking in asset management

Hear leading experts explore and challenge each other’s thinking in our panel discussions. Panel discussion topics include:

• Net zero infrastructure – what’s it all about?
• “Six capitals” thinking in asset management

No matter where you work or the challenges you face, this conference can give you actionable insight into how asset management can meet some of the biggest questions in 2021.

 

"At the IAM we are developing our approach to climate change and the climate emergency. Clearly, we need to collectively address the drivers of climate change, especially greenhouse gas emissions. We also need to address how we adapt and achieve resilience to those changes, and we recognise the need to do this in the context of sustainable development as described by the United Nations. What we value in society is key, and as values around the world change, asset management is adapting to reflect and embrace these values.”

Ursula Bryan, President, Institute of Asset Management 

 

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Who attends IAM Annual Conferences? 

Conference participants come from a wide range of sectors and regions. Here are some of the organisations that have participated:

This online event has plenty of opportunities for you to engage with the community and gives you access long beyond a standard 3 day event experience.

• On-demand content during and after the event
• All sessions available to re-watch after they have aired live, at any time
• Access the conference on desktop, mobile or tablet devices
• Unique networking opportunities – one-on-one conversations (text or video call) with attendees, speakers, sponsors and exhibitors
• Virtual exhibition stands with leading service and tool providers

Reach key decision-making individuals amongst your target client audience with our unique sponsorship and exhibition opportunities. Contact events@theIAM.org

Please read our Terms and Conditions relating to photography and filming, delegate list, cancellation and refunds policy, and overseas VAT information. If you have any questions, please email events@theIAM.org

Dr. Andreas Georgoulias

Phd

Director of Risk Management, Environmental Financial Consulting Group, LLC

Andrea’s work includes advising major engineering consulting and construction firms, multilateral development banks and infrastructure funds. He has worked in assignments and projects in more than 20 countries throughout the world. He is affiliated with the Zofnass Program for Sustainable Infrastructure at Harvard University, where he has been a faculty for eight years and still teaches at the executive education programs.

Sally Sudworth

BSc CEng CEnv FICE FIAM FWES MCIWEM

A chartered engineer and chartered environmentalist, working at Mott Macdonald as global head of sustainability and climate change. Until recently Sally led on the Net Zero Carbon strategy for infrastructure at the Environment Agency and prior to this was director for the low zero carbon hub in Wales.

Sally is also a fellow of the ICE and is working on the ICE Carbon Project, and she also founded the climate emergency group at the Women’s Engineering Society.

Dr David Jackson

Phd

Senior Carbon Consultant, Sweco

David has a background in weather forecasting, working as a Meteorologist for the Met Office. During this time, he saw first-hand the impact that extreme weather events had on infrastructure assets, both in the UK and further afield. This challenged him to do something to solve the problem rather than predicting ever worsening events.

Kate Levick

Kate leads E3G’s activities on Sustainable Finance, working with a wide range of public and private finance sector stakeholders to support ambitions finance and climate policy outcomes.

Prior to joining E3G Kate was the Global Director for Policy Engagement at CDP, a not-for-profit that operates a global disclosure system for institutional investors, companies, cities, states and regions to manage their environmental impacts. She previously worked for the UK government’s Office of Climate Change helping to develop international and domestic climate policy, following several years working for BP Plc in a variety of commercial and environmental roles.

Kate is a member of the British Standards Institute Steering Advisory Group for Sustainable Finance and represents E3G in the Innovation Working Group of the UK’s Climate Financial Risk Forum.

Greg Fisk

Global Campaign Lead – Climate Risk and Resilience, BMT

Based in Brisbane, Australia, Greg has over 25 years of experience in natural hazard and climate change planning and adaptation studies across both public and private sector organisations.  He specialises in climate-related projects for State and local planning authorities, for port, airport and other transport authorities as well as assessing how natural ecological systems such as wetlands respond to current and future climate variability.

Our latest release of the conference content - take a look at some of the speakers and sessions on the agenda in 2021. (16.04.21 release)

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IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual Booking - Corporate Member Price

£396.00

IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual Booking - Member Price

£396.00

IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual Booking - Non Member Price

£480.00

IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual Booking - Corporate Member Price

€444.00

IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual Booking - Member Price

€444.00

IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual Booking - Non Member Price

€564.00

IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual Booking - Corporate Member Price

$540.00

IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual Booking - Member Price

$540.00

IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual Booking - Non Member Price

$684.00

IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual Booking - Member Price

£396.00

IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual Booking - Non Member Price

£480.00

IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual Booking - Member Price

$540.00

IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual Booking - Non Member Price

$684.00

IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual Booking - Member Price

€444.00

IAM Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual Booking - Non Member Price

€564.00

 

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