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Green with Envy?
Mark Pendlington
Chair, Green Economy Pathfinder Board
Group Director, Anglian Water
10 May 2012
The perfect storm?
Increased demand
50% by 2030 (IEA)
Energy
Climate
Change
Food
Water
Increased demand
50% by 2030
Increased demand
30% by 2030
(FAO)
(IFPRI)
Our vulnerability
demand for
water will rise but
available water
won’t
long coastline
vulnerable to sea
level rises
30% of land
below sea level
population to
rise - 1m homes to
be built in the next
25 years
climate change impacts
and uncertainty
low-lying region
high energy use
driest region in
the UK lower
annual average
rainfall than parts
of Middle East and
Africa
Leading UK transition
Making the figures add up……
Friends and allies include:
Academics
Business leaders, strategists,
entrepreneurs
Academia
Local authorities
Our Objectives
• Deliver a ‘routemap’ for transition to a green economy.
• Plan fully integrated with New Anglia LEP strategy.
• Reinforce Norfolk and Suffolk’s USP as the
government’s choice for the GEP.
• Deliver substance through ideas and case studies that
put low carbon at the heart of business opportunity and
success.
• Collaborative working – break down silos and make the
most of innovation, ideas and entrepreneurial business.
Outcomes to include:
• New Anglia established as a green economy capital –
working with other LEPs.
• Routemap adopted as template for sustainable growth,
boosting the potential of UKplc in global marketplace.
• National and international market access for green
economy goods and services.
• Active links across government and business to
maximise funding and investment opportunities.
• Public policy influencing strategy for east of England,
national and international engagement.
GEP Board members
Mark Pendlington
Anglian Water Group (Chair)
Andy Wood
Chair, New Anglia LEP, CEO Adnams
Charlie Beardall
Environment Agency
Simon Bennett
Formerly BP
Simon Best
Breckland District Council
Iain Dunnett
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce
John French
University of East Anglia
Emma Hibbert
Adnams
Aled Jones
Anglia Ruskin University
Jason Martin
East Anglia Offshore Wind
Chris Maw
Price Waterhouse Coopers
Tom McGarry
EDF
Brendon Noble
University Campus Suffolk
Richard Powell
National Trust & Sustainability East
Lisa Roberts
BIS
Steve Sharratt OBE
Biogroup & CBI
Chris Starkie
Shaping Norfolk’s Future / New Anglia LEP
Chris Tuppen
Smart Anglia
Keith Waldron
University of East Anglia
David Weir
University Campus Suffolk
Growing interest
Green with Envy?
Mark Pendlington
Chair, Green Economy Pathfinder Board
Group Director, Anglian Water
10 May 2012