London Sustainability Exchange (LSx), in collaboration with Siemens, is holding a series of “provocation seminars” on Mayor Sadiq Khan’s first six months in office. The second seminar, “Our Future London – Emerging Economies and Green Business Seminar”, will take place Thursday, 8 September, from 6pm to 8.30pm in the Royal Victoria Docks area of Docklands (see bottom of article for venue details).
The series aims to develop and inform the Mayor’s vision for London, bringing together representatives of the public, private and voluntary sectors to develop innovative new approaches that aim to help secure the capital’s future.
The event will cover the themes of emerging economies, social entrepreneurship and community energy.
Participants will have the chance to debate the significant issues faced by London and its communities; hear “provocations” from thought leaders about what is already happening; establish commitments to further action; contribute to the development of London’s future vision; and network with like-minded, influential people.
There will be two guest speakers, each with extensive experience in the field. One will deliver a “provocation”, the other will respond. The speeches will be followed immediately by a Q&A session and the chance for debate. Minutes will be recorded graphically by “More than Minutes”.
Exhibition Tours with Mark Jenkinson, City Director at Siemens
Welcome with nibbles/drinks
Provocation, delivered by Colin Crooks, CEO of Tree Shepherd Enterprise
Response from Councillor Stephen Alambritis, leader of the Council in LB Merton
Q&A session following the provocation and response
Debate among the delegates
Date: Thursday, 8 September 2016
Time: 6pm – 8.30pm
Venue: The Crystal, 1 Siemens Brothers Way, Royal Victoria Dock, London, E16 1GB
Transport: DLR to Royal Victoria Station
NOTE: You must register for this event. Please confirm your attendance here.
Contact Alex Hale at e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or by telephone at 020 7234 9400.
London Sustainability Exchange
84 Long Lane, London SE1 4AU
Future events in the series are titled An Urban Fabric Ensuring Cleaner Air and Better Connections (13 October), Addressing Environmental Challenges (10 November) and Happy and Proud to Live in London – An Affordable City? (8 December).