The Green Career Pathways event examines and debates the roles of education, training and employment in delivering a resilient and equitable transition to net zero.
Following a keynote presentation on The Role of Education & Skills in UK and Global Climate Action the expert panel will provide insights into Navigating A Green Career Pathway.
Panellists will discuss the challenges their sectors face in terms of education, skills and jobs in a climate emergency, and the actions required to deliver green career pathways that ensure a fair and economy-wide alignment with the Paris climate goals.
Our panel represents leading expertise drawn from industry, education and policy arenas, and focussed on realising the net zero transition:
Rhona Turnbull, Climate, Environment and Emerging Issues Lead at NatWest Group
Charlotte Bonner, National Head of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) at ETF, and member of the COP26 Universities Education & Skills steering group
Catherine Barber, Deputy Director, Industrial Energy Transformation, BEIS, UK Government
Jenny Young, Head of Strategy, Policy & Insights, Engineering Construction Industry Training Board, and member of the COP26 Universities Education & Skills steering group
The panel will be chaired by Prof Dave Reay, Director of Edinburgh Climate Change Institute, University of Edinburgh, member of the UK Government’s Green Jobs Taskforce.