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'A Fairer Scotland, A Greener World' CRNS Annual Conference

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The CRNS conference is a pivotal event in the third sector events calendar, encompassing a conference and exhibitor showcase. 
This year the digital event will bring together CRNS members; resource management organisations; social enterprise senior leaders; politicians and supporters of the sector with the common goal of making Scotland a more circular economy. Along with all the challenges the sector has faced this year, peppered with some opportunities, collectively we will focus on how to work towards achieving a fairer Scotland and a greener world. 

Throughout the event, we will hear from: 
• Roseanna Cunningham MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform 
• Doug Allan, Wildlife and Documentary Film Maker, specialising in natural history, expeditions and science documentaries 
• Prominent keynote speakers from within the sector 
• CRNS members 

During the event, we will feature: 
• Engaging, themed breakout sessions 
• Digital Expo area featuring diverse exhibitors 
• Networking opportunities and chat functions

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Schedule

· Networking
Networking and Expo
· Stage
Opening Introductions
Dr Heather Reid OBE, Host
· Stage
Ministerial Address
Roseanna Cunningham MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform
· Stage
A Power for Change, The Power to Change
Doug Allan, Wildlife and Documentary Film Maker
· Stage
A Fairer Scotland, A Greener World
Michael Cook, CEO, CRNS Presentation
· Stage
Climate Emergency to Climate Opportunity for Solutions
Dr Martin Valenti, Head of Climate Enterprise, Scottish Enterprise
· Stage
Main Stage Q&A
With Michael Cook and Dr Martin Valenti, hosted by Heather Reid
· Networking
Comfort Break - Networking and Expo
30 mins
· Breakouts
Breakouts
· Stage
Main Stage Spotlight on Members
Neil Mapes, Manager, Green Hive
· Stage
Main Stage Spotlight on Members
Sophie LeJeune, Founder and Managing Director, Society Zero
· Stage
Main Stage Spotlight on Members
Chris Hellawell, Founder and Director, Edinburgh Tool Library
· Stage
Main Stage Q&A with CRNS Members
Neil Mapes, Sophie LeJeune, Chis Hellawell, hosted by Heather Reid
· Stage
Day 1 Wrap-up & Info for Day 2
Heather Reid OBE, Host
· Networking
Networking and Expo
· Stage
Opening Introductions and Reflections on Climate Change
Dr Heather Reid OBE, Host
· Stage
Social Enterprise Responding to Crisis: Economic, Social and Environmental
Terry McDonald, Executive Director, St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County, Oregon, USA
· Stage
Lessons on Lockdown for Building a Fairer, Greener Scotland
Iain Gulland, Chief Executive Officer, Zero Waste Scotland
· Stage
How can the Circular Economy Contribute to a Green Recovery
Libby Peake, Head of Resource Policy, Green Alliance
· Stage
Main Stage Q&A
Iain Gulland & Libby Peake, hosted by Heather Reid OBE
· Networking
Comfort Break - Networking and Expo
· Breakouts
Breakouts
· Stage
Main Stage Spotlight on Members
Jane Devine, Chief Executive Officer, Four Square
· Stage
Main Stage Spotlight on Members
Lesley Campbell, CRNS Reuse Consortium Coordinator, interviews Heather Buchan, Team Leader (Options & Homelessness), Aberdeenshire Council
· Stage
Main Stage Spotlight on Members
Gail Jackson, Operations Manager, Castle Furniture
· Stage
Main Stage Q&A with CRNS Members
· Stage
Conference Closing Remarks
Michael Cook, Chief Executive Officer, CRNS

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