Join us to help ensure the New Zealand water sector plays it part in global greenhouse gas emission reduction efforts. Building on the momentum generated at COP26, Water New Zealand are launching “Navigating to net zero: Aotearoa's low carbon journey”. A guide to support to water services to reduce emissions from operations and capital works. Our panel of local and international experts, chaired by Brendon Green will discuss how the New Zealand water sector can play a role in tackling climate change.
To attend a Webinar
- Select the webinar you would like to attend.
- You will need to either login using your Water New Zealand website account or Sign up to create an account.
- Once you have registered you will receive a confirmation email and within 48 hours you will receive a link from Zoom so you can join the webinar.
- All webinars will be recorded and registered participants will receive an email within 48 hours following the live event with a link to the recording.
- If you have any questions or concerns please contact Katrina Guy.
Brendon is the founder of Kaitiaki Advisory which supports industry, government and Maori entities in the areas of water, energy and minerals. Brendon is a Director of Watercare where he Chairs Watercare's Committee for Climate Action which is developing the strategy and pathway to net zero carbon, is a Director of Hiringa Energy that is shaping the delivery of hydrogen into the NZ market, a member of Te Whakakitenga o Waikato and comes with a career in energy, water and dairy from technical and commercial roles in NZ and offshore.
Amelia East is the Head of the National Transition Unit, which is based within DIA. The reforms programme will be instrumental in the future management of three waters, influencing the form of the sectors climate change response for decades to come.
Fraser is the principal strategy advisor at Wellington Water, a member of the Water New Zealand board, and co-author of Navigating to Net Zero. Fraser is a strategic thinker, who with these three hats, has spent much time thinking about what is needed fo the water sector to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.
Mikkel Holmen Anderson
Mikkel is the chief technology officer for Unisense Environment, a clean-tech company that develops measuring equipment for wastewater treatment. Mikkel has worked extensively with wastewater treatment plants around Denmark where they are leading the world in understanding and reducing emissions from wastewater. Mikkel has detailed technical knowledge of what drives greenhouse gas emissions from wastewater and first hand experience in reducing them in full scale.