Humans have prospered while creating unintentional damage to the planet. But we seem to be waking up to the need to change. With many massive renewable energy projects in place around the globe, we can see a not-too-distant future of sustainable energy. If you’d like a preview of the future of environmental business, the RWM Exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham, U.K., will be mapping a cleaner, greener future September 12 to 14, 2018.
RWM takes place alongside the Future Resource Expo, a new event that focuses on the global need for sustainable energy and explores the avenues consumers and business can pursue in order to achieve these goals. We will investigate development opportunities for these key areas: water, biofuel, energy efficiency, and solar. Tickets provide access to both events.
There will be plenty to learn about the best products and services for companies and communities by networking with exhibitors and learning about the innovative work in progress.
Three seminars halls within the Future Resource Expo will feature talks and panels led by pioneering professionals in the industry. This is a unique opportunity to meet and hear leaders such as Natalie Bennett, former leader of the Green Party, who will delve into the need for meticulously planned sustainable development goals. Mark Peirce of The Climate Group will lead a seminar that highlights the most environmentally minded companies collaborating with each other and customers to establish shared priorities for reducing greenhouse emissions and accelerating a clean economy.
Throughout RWM and Future Resource Expo, smaller scale sessions will highlight how sustainably minded conferences and businesses can reduce landfill waste simply by running their own coffee cup deposit and refund schemes, organized by Eunomia.
Visitors to RWM can benefit from discounted coffee throughout the two-day event by using the reusable coffee cups. The project highlights how easy it can be to be environmentally responsible. After the event, visitors can keep their RWM coffee cups for continued use or return them to the Eunomia team to get money back with a clean conscience.
RWM has its finger on the pulse of sustainability. Recognizing the need for a circular economy and cleaner energy sources, RWM will provide visitors with working examples, encounters with environmental pioneers, and knowledge enough to begin thinking in a smarter and greener way.
RWM takes place on September 12 and 13. Tickets are free. Register for the RWM Exhibition today.
This article is sponsored by RWM.