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27th November 2020

Chambers Ireland and the Green Deal Webinar

On Wednesday December 03, Chambers Ireland will present the second in its series of lunchtime webinars on the topic, “Chambers Ireland the Green Deal – A Just Transition for the Regions.

Starting at 1pm, it will be hosted by Emma Kerins, Head of Policy and Public Affairs, Chambers Ireland. Emma will be joined be a panel of speakers featuring:

Ciaran Cuffe, MEP, Green Party:  sits as a full member on the Industry,
Research and Energy Committee, and the Transport and Tourism Committee, in addition to acting as a substitute member of the Regional Development Committee.

Guilia Vellone: is a Senior Architect/Urban Designer with Cork County Council, Capital Projects Implementation Unit and has worked for the Irish Local Authorities since 2002. A member of the RIAI Urban Design Committee, Giulia is an advocate of people-centred design and placemaking measures to promote people re-inhabiting the streets of the Irish
towns.

David Minton:  is Director of the Northern & Western Regional Assembly. The main roles of the NWRA are to monitor the general impact of all EU and Irish exchequer-funded programmes in the region, promote the co-ordination of public services and ensure that national policies take regional issues into account.

Jim Dollard: Jim is Executive Director of Generation & Trading at ESB since 2018. With many years’ experience, Jim previously held the position of Executive Director for Business Service Centre and General Manager of Electric Ireland.

Thomas McHugh: Thomas guides public affairs and communications at Cork Chamber to ensure that the key issues of the Cork business community are known, understood and valued by Government, stakeholders and media. The Chamber has recently launched a
comprehensive Sustainable Cork Programme to drive resilience for the region.

Follow this link to register:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYvdOCtrTMrHNNYXh8M-6COYTDCqCYJs6-L

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