We are pleased to announce our latest Context event at the start of April for which we have a very topical theme along with a very high-profile panel to complement the debate!

Titled Green Sustainability: The Progress on Race to Zero and focusing on eco-sustainability, our topic this time around fits in line with the Race to Zero programs, but with a trademark BCCH Twist on sharing best practices.

For this occasion, our panel will feature HMA Mr. Paul Fox, British Ambassador to Hungary, together with Ms. Andrea Kádár, Deputy State Secretary for Energy Policy. Also joining them on the panel representing the private sector will be Mr. Jamie Anderson, Head of Global Business Services Europe at BP. 

The event will be opened by our chairman Mr. Duncan Graham and moderated by BCCH council member Ms. Kinga Kalocsai from Kalocsai Consulting.

The focus of the panel discussions will primarily relate to the race-to-zero commitments made Europe-wide and focus on green Eco-sustainability in the modern-day business landscape. With many European nations making firm commitments to lowering its carbon emissions in the coming decades, the UK is leading the way with regards to sharing best practice on this topic hence the British embassy through the leadership of HMA Paul Fox will lend unique insight into current developments within the UK towards achieving these goals. The deputy state secretary’s involvement will add further local government stakeholder weight for the audience providing background into what Hungary is committed to achieving in the coming years too. Mr. Jamie Anderson is a key regional lead at BP thus will provide expert business examples at one of the top energy companies in the world about how energy companies are refocusing their core business models through commitments to overall lower carbon emissions.

Featuring both high-ranking Hungarian and British government officials and a multinational energy company’s regional lead, you can be assured of diverse talking points being covered in a very informative manner, once again through Context!

Date: April 8, 15:00-16:00
Venue: MS Teams – Links will be sent 2 days before the event to every registered guest.

The event will be free of charge.

Register for the event here.