Join Arup & WRc for their next Wet Networks event, in person at Arup’s London office or virtually. The theme will be Nature+, which brings focus to Nature-positive initiatives by showcasing nature regeneration and innovative interventions that yield net positive outcomes. Hear from our keynote speaker Dani Jordan about the reciprocal impacts between people and nature.
Event time: 5:00 – 8.30 pm
5:00 pm Introduction to Wet Networks
5:05 pm Chair’s introduction
5:15 pm Keynote presentation
5:30 pm Innovation presentations
6:30 pm Charity presentation
6:40 pm Chair’s close
6:50 pm Networking / Refreshments
8:30 pm Event close
Guest Chair – Carmen Snowdon
Carmen Snowdon, a Chartered Environmentalist, is the Water Research Centre’s Director of Commercial Services, and formerly a Principal Consultant in Demand Management. With eighteen years’ experience at WRc Carmen is passionate about the water sector and delivering positive environmental outcomes through all the work she herself delivers and supports others in delivering. She is very active within a number of industry bodies, including as a fellow of the Institute of Water, and as a member of the Efficient Urban Water Management committee for the International Water Association.
Keynote Speaker,WWF, Dani Jordan, Head of Campaign Insights, DJordan@wwf.org.uk
Dani has worked for over 15 years at the nexus of social science and nature. Now the Behavioural Science Lead at WWF, Dani’s team uses behavioural and social science with deep audience research to understand, influence and enable individuals to create positive change for nature and climate – through their own behaviours, as community members, and as active and engaged citizens. Much of Dani’s career has had a water focus, from policy to programme management, specifically on protecting and restoring UK rivers with WWF. Most recently Dani has set up Sewersmart, a small NGO taking a collaborative, solutions-focused approach to achieving a sewerage network fit for people and the environment.
WWF is the world’s leading independent conservation organisation. Our mission is to create a world where people and wildlife can thrive together. To achieve our mission, we’re finding ways to help transform the future for the world’s wildlife, rivers, forests, and seas; pushing for a reduction in carbon emissions that will avoid catastrophic climate change; and pressing for measures to help people live sustainably, within the means of our one planet. We’re acting now to make this happen.