Reset Connect: London Climate Action Week


Reset Connect: London Climate Action Week

The Royal Docks, once home to the world's largest enclosed docks, consists of six distinct neighbourhoods, 100 hectares of active water and 900 hectares of land. It's home to 65k residents, 3k businesses and big ambitions to support a just transition. A unique business ecosystem and economy now exists within the docks.

From significant municipal organisations ( Greater London Authority and Newham Council) to proactive higher education providers like the University of East London, internationally recognised manufacturing leaders Buhler and Tate & Lyle as well as, international conferencing leaders Excel, London City Airport and a number of large developers. The breadth of industry represented, the unique location and business ecosystem and our collective ambition to deliver climate solutions means a unique opportunity has formed, to be an exemplar of place-based climate action with far-reaching impact.

Join to find out more about Newham Council's progressive Just Transition Strategy, the University of East London's proactive approach to sustainability and how the Royal Docks is becoming an exemplar of place-based climate action.

Time & date

Tuesday 25 June
11:10 - 11:40


ExCeL - London Hub & Bar


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For your visit

Places To Stay

Hampton by Hilton

A reliable, upper mid-range option just east of Connaught Bridge.

Royal Albert Dock
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Art & Culture

The Silver Building

Once the offices of Carlsberg-Tetley, this concrete block now offers workspaces to dozens of creative businesses. Look out for their regular events and exhibitions.

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Food & Drink

Starbucks Coffee

Just outside Thames Barrier Park, the outdoor seating makes this Starbucks a favourite spot for dog walkers.

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