Women’s Network Events

SDG6 and the Climate Emergency – Contributions from Women Engineers, Tuesday 14th September 12.00-13.00

The Women’s Engineering Society launched their Climate Emergency Group earlier this year led by Sally Sudworth, Global Head of Sustainability & Climate Change for Mott MacDonald. Different teams are looking at different aspects of the climate emergency and the strategic development goals and the water team, led by IWater Vice President Jo Parker, shared their personal contributions covering carbon reduction in the UK water industry and the environment agency, as well as supporting overseas developments.

Visit If you missed the event you can watch a recording at https://us06web.zoom.us/rec/share/AyqgGuDurqoPN-3Wdbk0rr5wcRrziFVTkHFBnQZYO__fU-cPEOInoJvmDZ3BOnq9.6Kp1rSIT6dQWL30O

Ethical Business Regulation (EBR)

On 27th July, Michelle Ashford, Chief Operating Officer at the Water Industry Commission for Scotland (WICS) and Claire Phelan, Regulatory Transformation Manager at Scottish Water discussed EBR and what it means for the water industry in Scotland.

If you missed the event or attended and would like a copy of the presentation you can download a copy here.

Womens Utilities Network (WUN) Events

WUN, started in 2018, is a community of women across all utilities who can connect, support, develop and encourage one another. WUN provides a variety events which you can view at https://thewun.co.uk/wun-events/