Registrations for AREG Energy Futures dinner to close on 9 November

Source: press release, 3 November 2022

Lolita Jackson, MBE, international climate and sustainability expert
Lolita Jackson, MBE, international climate and sustainability expert (photo: Sustainable Development Capital LLP)

A limited number of tables and seats remain for AREG’s Energy Futures dinner at P&J Live, Aberdeen on November 15, where international guest speaker Lolita Jackson, MBE will address a packed audience.

The dinner, sponsored by Shell, concludes a day of insightful discussion, debate and networking following the organisation’s inaugural conference and exhibition. Sales for tables and individual seats close on 9 November.

The evening activities start at 6:30 pm with a drinks reception and networking opportunities from 9 pm. Bookings for the evening dinner can be made here. Dress code is business attire.

Lolita Jackson, MBE, executive director of communications and sustainable cities at Sustainable Development Capital LLP, acts as a link to governments around the world on COP, UN and climate business engagement.

She previously worked for the NYC Mayor’s office where she held roles including climate diplomat for the city and director of outreach for the post Hurricane Sandy resilience team and has excelled in a career focused on climate improvements and resilience within communities.

As a survivor of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Centre and the 1993 bombing, she will highlight how her life changing experiences have influenced her career.

AREG chair, Jean Morrison, MBE, comments, “Our evening event concludes a busy and insightful day, focused on the opportunities and actions related to the energy transition here in the North-east. The dinner is a fantastic opportunity to reflect on the success of our first event, and to look ahead to the future and how we can all make a difference.”

To find out more about The Energy Futures Conference and Exhibition, visit the AREG website and register for the free event here.