Beyond Brexit: Future-proofing food and drink in Scotland
Food and drink is a phenomenal Scottish success story with aspirations to double in size to a £30billion industry by 2030. But is it ready for the challenges ahead, as Brexit looms nearer and nearer?
How can it deliver success beyond Brexit - by securing the talent, funding and markets to guarantee continued growth domestically and on the global stage?
Book your place at the Scottish Resources Conference.
The UK’s top circular economy event to tackle the most iconic sustainability challenges
The plastics plight of Scotland’s oceans, the incoming ban on biodegradable waste to landfill, preventing food and construction waste, and Scotland’s planned deposit return scheme, will all be examined at this year’s Scottish Resources Conference.
The event, delivered by Zero Waste Scotland and partners CIWM and SEPA, and hosted once again by BBC Scotland’s Sally Magnusson, has become a must-attend for professionals in Scotland’s circular economy and resources sector. Innovators, investors, sustainability experts and decision-makers at both local and national level will be in attendance. All parties converge to discuss the challenges, issues, innovations and solutions to creating a waste free Scotland.