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Following the success of the South Coast green breakfast series of the last two years, Blake Lapthorn are teaming up this Spring with Copyrite and Business South and are pleased to be launching their fourth series of green breakfasts.

What is a 'green breakfast'?

The aim of the green breakfast is to facilitate the meeting of a range of people from across the wider community to learn about and discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by climate change and sustainability in an informal but informative atmosphere.

The breakfasts have attracted a diverse audience including academics, professionals, representatives from local government, NGO's, social enterprises, community groups and business people.

How do they work?

Each breakfast starts at 7:30 am for breakfast (including lots of coffee!)
At 8:00 am we welcome the expertise of an external speaker who talks about a climate change and sustainability related topic for about 45 minutes followed by a Q&A session – which can get quite lively!

Time: 7:30am - 9:30am

Cost: No Cost

Location: Blake Lapthorn,
                New Kings Court,
                Tollgate,
                Chandler's Ford,
                Eastleigh,
                SO53 3LG

Register by clicking on the button below!

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Tuesday 1 April 2014: Green Excellence

The University of Winchester, Mat Jane - Energy and Environmental Manager

 Copyrite, Ben Summerfield - Head of Software

Following an introduction by Geoff Paterson, Area Director of Business South, Mat Jane, the Energy & Environmental Manager of the South's greenest university will join us to discuss how we can achieve a sustainable mix across a difficult estate with diverse shareholders. He will be providing a general overview of the various environmental challenges that the University faces, from waste management and bio diversity, to carbon emissions, food and staff/student engagement. As the winner of the Blake Lapthorn Hampshire Business Sustainability Award in 2013, Mat will bring his own brand of infectious enthusiasm and commitment in raising issues that will affect us all.

As the Head of Software at Copyrite, a total documents solutions provider with 2000 customers from major multi-site global customers and SMEs, Ben Summerfield will be explaining how they have cut customer costs, increased productivity, and achieved their sustainability goals by streamlining their processes with technology.

Tuesday 29 April : Global Green Construction

 Arup, Jonathan Ben-Ami, Leader of Sustainability Consulting team

Jonathan Ben-Ami, is an expert in environmental management and sustainability, and the leader of Arup's sustainability consulting team in London. With over 20 years' experience in embedding environment management in management projects, Jonathan is a key contact for sustainability advice and support to Arup offices globally. He will discuss embedding sustainability/environmental managements into various projects, from design and procurement to construction. This will cover master planning (eg Zuidas in Amsterdam), building (eg 5 Broadgate in London) and infrastructure projects (eg Crossrail and East London line).

Tuesday 6 May 2014 : Green Business

Southampton Airport, Patrick Collins - Environment Manager
 
Ricoh, James Deacon - Head of Corporate Responsibility

Southampton Airport's business focus is to ensure that they are "safe, secure and sustainable, carefully managing environmental impact and maintaining positive relationships with the local community".  As a result the airport was another organisation nominated for the Hampshire Business Sustainability Awards. Patrick Collins, Southampton Airport's Environment Manager will join us to discuss how the airport carefully considers sustainability and energy savings including the use of LED technology.

RICOH describe themselves as a green manufacturer, a green service provider and a supporter of the Circular Economy. James Deacon, Head of Corporate Responsibility at Ricoh, will emphasise how achievable carbon and waste reduction in conjunction with effective change management programmes, can make smart business sense.

Tuesday 20 May 2014 : Big Green and Little Green

Olive Consultancy, Charles Burt - Founding Director

IBM, Dr Andy Stanford-Clark - Chief Technologist for smarter energy

To finish the series with a bang, we are joined by two outstanding speakers who will be discussing the very different aspects of sustainability.

Olive Consultancy integrates sustainability and sound environmental practice alongside the traditional senior management skills of successful businesses.  They work externally on policy and practice in areas such as sustainable procurement and carbon management. As one of the founding directors of the Olive Consultancy established in 2004, Charles Burt will join us to discuss the bigger picture facing us today.

Dr Andy Stanford-Clark, Chief Technologist for smarter energy at IBM has green passions on a more micro-scale. He will explain how his hobbies of home automation and for energy saving at home can help alleviate energy poverty and provide new ides for the future of smart energy.

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