Following the Shipping in Changing Climates consortium’s fourth international conference to held be on 4-5th September at UCL, this free event open to all will present a summary of the key research outputs of the ~£4m project.
Academic partners of the SCC consortium will present the high-level outputs of the three themes of the project, followed by reflections from the SCC industry partners and other shipping stakeholders. This will be followed by a Q&A session and reception.
1400 – 1500 – SCC academic partners presentation on high-level outputs of the project
1500 – 1545 – SCC industry partners reflections – Shell, Lloyds Register & Maritime Strategies International
1545 – 1600 – Reflections from industry stakeholders
1600 – 1700 – Panel discussion & Q&A
1700 – 1900 – Reception
- Catherine Hall – GM Strategy & Business Integration, Shipping & Maritime, Shell
- Dr Adam Kent – Director, Maritime Strategies International
- Stuart Nicoll – Director, Maritime Strategies International
- Katharine Palmer – Environmental Manager, Lloyds Register
- Dr Tristan Smith – Reader in Energy & Transport, Energy Institute, University College London
- Prof. Alice Larkin – Prof of Climate Science & Energy Policy, The University of Manchester & Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research
- Prof. Richard Bucknall – Dept of Mechanical Engineering, University College London
- Craig Eason – Editorial Director, Fathom
- Johannah Christensen – Director, Global Maritime Forum
- Julian Parker
Please register for the event by clicking here
We are pleased to announce that there will an option to watch and listen to the event live. If you would like to join the event via the live webcase please register using the dedicated ticket type on the registration page.
About Shipping in Changing Climates
Shipping in Changing Climates (SCC) is a £4m multi-university and cross-industry research project funded for 3.5 years by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). The SCC project uses a whole systems approach to understand the scope for greater energy efficiency of the supply side, understand the demand side drivers and to understand the supply and demand interactions and potential future evolution in shipping. For more information visit www.lowcarbonshipping.co.uk