Welsh Government

Net Zero Transport, Clean and Affordable For All or Left At The Bus Stop? (Welsh Government)

This session examined the impact of switching to zero emission transport, including the implications of a switch to zero emission cars and decarbonised transport systems.


Gideon Salutin. Researcher. Social Market Foundation.

Marc Palmer. Head of Strategy & Insights. AutoTrader.

Huw Davies. Dyffryn Caredig Project Manager. Partneriaeth Ogwen

Climate Action & Hydrogen: Its Role in Developing a Fair and Effective Transport System for NZ Wales (Welsh Government)

Experts explained the future role that hydrogen will play in safeguarding mobility and fair access to transport for all people in Wales on the pathway to Net Zero.


Steffan Eldred. Innovation Lead – Hydrogen Transport and Zero Emission Vehicles. Innovate UK.

Jon Constable. Chief Operating Officer. Protium.

James Alton. Senior Consultant Rolling Stock. Arup.

Ben George. Strategic Development. Transport for Wales.

Active Travel For a Healthier and Greener Wales (Welsh Government)

An insightful session exploring the benefits of walking, wheeling, and cycling, and different active travel projects and schemes being delivered across Wales.


Phil Lewis. Chair. Active Wheels.

Dafydd Trystan. Registrar. Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol.

Jonny Eldridge. Project coordinator, Liveable Cities. Sustrans Cymru.

Charlie Gordon. Healthy Travel Officer. Sustrans Cymru.

Hannah Atkins. Schools Coordinator. Living Streets.

Dr. Catherine Purcell. Reader (Senior Academic). Cardiff University.

Taking a Whole-Community Approach to Developing Locally Tailored Transport Solutions (Community Transport Association)

Communities across Wales are at the forefront of developing sustainable transport services that meet the needs of their local communities. Insight was provided into one community's experience of identifying local issues and developing their own innovative transport solutions. 


Gemma Lelliott. Director for Wales. Community Transport Association.

Huw Davies. Rheolwr Dyffryn Caredig / Dyffryn Caredig Project Manager. Partneriaeth Ogwen.

Electric Vehicles (Transport for Wales)

This presentation explored the context of the three transport priorities within Llwybr Newydd (the Wales Transport Strategy), including themes of mode shift and prioritisation of public transport and active travel, and considered how delivery of electric vehicle charging can best sit within this policy context in Wales.


Steve Ward. Decarbonisation Programme Manager. Transport for Wales.

Rachel Lewis. EV Project Manager in the Decarbonisation Team. Transport for Wales.

Decarbonisation in Action: How to Deliver Projects Fairly and Effectively? (Welsh Government Energy Service)

Successful decarbonisation projects require extensive stakeholder engagement to deliver fair and positive outcomes. This session explained the knowledge and tools needed to engage with community, colleagues, suppliers, and other stakeholders to move decarbonisation projects forward while making sure all voices are heard.


Hayley Lancaster. Transformation Manager – Engagement. Caerphilly Council.

Victoria Camp. Strategic Lead. Energy Service.

Eva Casadevall. Partner Marketing Manager. Welsh Government Energy Service.

Embedding Fairness Into Our Delivery of Climate Adaptation Action - An NRW Perspective (NRW)

Natural Resources Wales has a diverse remit to address the sustainable management of Wales natural resources. This session was aimed at anyone interested in how to consider a fair and just transition from the perspective of adaptation in Wales.


Dr Clive A. Walmsley. Senior Specialist Advisor: Climate Change & Decarbonisation. Natural Resources Wales.

Ross Akers. Natural Resources Wales. Flood Risk Strategic Planning and Investment Manager.

Dr Nicky Rimington. Lead Specialist Advisor - Marine and Coastal Physical Process and Coastal Management. Natural Resources Wales.

Peter Frost. Urban Green Infrastructure Advisor. Natural Resources Wales.

Olivia Shears. Senior Analyst. Climate Change Committee.



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