The Scottish Resource Conference is a prominent annual event delivered by CIWM, Zero Waste Scotland and SEPA, that shines a spotlight on resources and waste management in Scotland, looking at emerging issues within sector and how to facilitate Scotland’s transition to a circular economy.
The theme of this year’s virtual event is ‘Building Sector Resilience: what 2020 taught us and what happens now’. The session looks at how COVID-19 has impacted Scotland and its journey toward a circular economy, and what needs to happen to build back better, greener and more resilient than before.
Our panelists represent government planning, green finance, behaviour change, local authorities and the private sector and represent an accurate ‘health check’ of the resources sector in Scotland, as well as being able to look forward to Scotland’s green recovery.
Chair: Linda Ovens, CIWM Scotland Centre Councillor
Don McGillivray, Scottish Government
Cath Preston, Head of Innovation, SEPA
Pam Walker, Waste & Recycling Manager, Aberdeen City Council
Michael Cook, CEO, Community Resources Network Scotland
Dr Nicki Souter, Nick Souter Associates
Angus Hamilton, Managing Director of Levenseat representing the Resource Management Association Scotland (RMAS)