Jo Pike, CEO, Scottish Wildlife Trust
Description of your role
You are joint event chair and panelist
You are asked to contribute to scene-setting, opening and getting people excited about the possibilities with range of presentations on offer.
|Title||Inspiring Digital Transformation within the Environment Sector in Scotland|
|Date and time||(Originally planned for 19th March 2020)
Monday August 31st at 11am to 1pm BST
|Chair||NatureScot and Scottish Wildlife Trust CEOs, plus panel moderator|
|Speakers||Three speakers, speaking 10 mins each followed by 10 min individual Q & A discussion|
|Audience||CEOs / leaders of environment government agencies, and environment NGOs|
|Wider availability||The seminar has been recorded for public viewing and is available at this link|
Full details at Seminar with CEOs
The event formally starts at 11:00am and finishes at 1:00pm, with a comfort break at 11:55am.
Please join the webinar using the dedicated Zoom joining link you received. 10:05 – 11:15 Joint introduction with Jo. 12:25 - 12:50pm Panel session.
|11:00||Welcome& webinar etiquette||Ruchir Shah, Director of External Affairs, Scottish Wildlife Trust|
|11:05||Introduction to webinar
Scene setting & possibilities
|Francesca Osowska,CEO of NatureScot
Jo Pike, CEO of Scottish Wildlife Trust
|11:15||Presentation 1 – Improved Science
How digital has supported better insight for an environment issue.
|Dr Murray Collins, Edinburgh University &Space Intelligence, Earth science|
|11:35||Presentation 2 – Better Engagement
How digital has supported increased engagement with a wider audience
|Daisy Narayanan, Sustrans, Sustainable urban environments / citizen science|
|12:05||Presentation 3 – Slicker Operations
AR/VR/Immersive Tech and how that could underpin new and innovative ways of working
|Morgan Korchia, Head of Digital Innovation at SopraSteria|
|12:25||Panel Discussion/online Q&A:
Meeting the challenges of Biodiversity Loss & the Climate Emergency, in the context of the green recovery – where are the opportunities for digital transformation and what should our next steps be?
|Hosted by David Pirie, Executive Director, SEPA|
|12:50||Closing Remarks||Francesca Osowska
|13:00||End of webinar|
The event has registered participants from the following organisations:
|The Conservation Volunteers (TCV)|
|Forestry & Land Scotland|
|John Muir Trust|
|Sustainable Inshores Fisheries Trust (SIFT)|
|National Lottery Heritage Fund|
|Paths for All|
|Royal Botanical Garden Edinburgh|
|Scottish Seabird Centre|
|Scottish Wildlife Trust|
|Keep Scotland Beautiful|
|2050 Climate Group|
|Council of Ethnic Minority Voluntary Organisations Scotland|
Please contact Ruchir Shah at the Scottish Wildlife Trust on the day if required, using the details provided in the email.