[Extract] "Net Zero is not the next new thing, it's an operating environment!" - Maria Manidaki - Mott MacDonald cover
[Extract] "Net Zero is not the next new thing, it's an operating environment!" - Maria Manidaki - Mott MacDonald cover
(don't) Waste Water!

[Extract] "Net Zero is not the next new thing, it's an operating environment!" - Maria Manidaki - Mott MacDonald

[Extract] "Net Zero is not the next new thing, it's an operating environment!" - Maria Manidaki - Mott MacDonald

59sec |16/05/2022
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[Extract] "Net Zero is not the next new thing, it's an operating environment!" - Maria Manidaki - Mott MacDonald cover
[Extract] "Net Zero is not the next new thing, it's an operating environment!" - Maria Manidaki - Mott MacDonald cover
(don't) Waste Water!

[Extract] "Net Zero is not the next new thing, it's an operating environment!" - Maria Manidaki - Mott MacDonald

[Extract] "Net Zero is not the next new thing, it's an operating environment!" - Maria Manidaki - Mott MacDonald

59sec |16/05/2022
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🎙️ Maria Manidaki is Net Zero Technical Lead and Principal Water Investment Planning Advisor at Mott MacDonald. Mott MacDonald is a global engineering, management, and development consultancy, that places social outcomes at the center of all it does.


You know the saying: smoke is a good proxy to determine if there's a fire. Well, it turns out that the same applies to greenhouse gases. Studies demonstrated how carbon emissions are, in fact, a good proxy for resource efficiency.


So, if you want to optimize your resources and build a sustainable approach, you'd better monitor, control, and limit your greenhouse gas emissions.


Long story short: down the line, Water UK just equipped itself with a 2030 routemap that aims for net zero in the Water Sector. It's not alone in this endeavor, as 81 utilities in the World and at the time I'm recording this in may 2022 have taken that pledge, but I'd say it's the most structured approach I've seen so far.


Maria will guide us through all of that in a minute, and explain the role that Mott MacDonald plays in Water UK's routemap, in further working groups such as PAS 2080 and beyond, and if you're like me, you'll also get to discover a new notion: the concept of a GOOD net zero.


We'll have five feature interviews on that podcast, and I'll have the same five speakers on stage with me for the Global Water Summit in Madrid. If you want a complete overview, check my full series on net zero water , and of course if you don't want to miss any of these interviews, make sure to subscribe to the podcast. It's free, and it's even better if you share it with your friends or colleagues. 


I'll let you share it, and I'll meet you on the other side!


Wanna listen to the full episode? Just type "S5E9 - How Water UK intends to Reach a Good Net Zero, Two Decades Early!"


You can also find the full episode materials on the (don't) Waste Water website                 

Description

🎙️ Maria Manidaki is Net Zero Technical Lead and Principal Water Investment Planning Advisor at Mott MacDonald. Mott MacDonald is a global engineering, management, and development consultancy, that places social outcomes at the center of all it does.


You know the saying: smoke is a good proxy to determine if there's a fire. Well, it turns out that the same applies to greenhouse gases. Studies demonstrated how carbon emissions are, in fact, a good proxy for resource efficiency.


So, if you want to optimize your resources and build a sustainable approach, you'd better monitor, control, and limit your greenhouse gas emissions.


Long story short: down the line, Water UK just equipped itself with a 2030 routemap that aims for net zero in the Water Sector. It's not alone in this endeavor, as 81 utilities in the World and at the time I'm recording this in may 2022 have taken that pledge, but I'd say it's the most structured approach I've seen so far.


Maria will guide us through all of that in a minute, and explain the role that Mott MacDonald plays in Water UK's routemap, in further working groups such as PAS 2080 and beyond, and if you're like me, you'll also get to discover a new notion: the concept of a GOOD net zero.


We'll have five feature interviews on that podcast, and I'll have the same five speakers on stage with me for the Global Water Summit in Madrid. If you want a complete overview, check my full series on net zero water , and of course if you don't want to miss any of these interviews, make sure to subscribe to the podcast. It's free, and it's even better if you share it with your friends or colleagues. 


I'll let you share it, and I'll meet you on the other side!


Wanna listen to the full episode? Just type "S5E9 - How Water UK intends to Reach a Good Net Zero, Two Decades Early!"


You can also find the full episode materials on the (don't) Waste Water website                 

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🎙️ Maria Manidaki is Net Zero Technical Lead and Principal Water Investment Planning Advisor at Mott MacDonald. Mott MacDonald is a global engineering, management, and development consultancy, that places social outcomes at the center of all it does.


You know the saying: smoke is a good proxy to determine if there's a fire. Well, it turns out that the same applies to greenhouse gases. Studies demonstrated how carbon emissions are, in fact, a good proxy for resource efficiency.


So, if you want to optimize your resources and build a sustainable approach, you'd better monitor, control, and limit your greenhouse gas emissions.


Long story short: down the line, Water UK just equipped itself with a 2030 routemap that aims for net zero in the Water Sector. It's not alone in this endeavor, as 81 utilities in the World and at the time I'm recording this in may 2022 have taken that pledge, but I'd say it's the most structured approach I've seen so far.


Maria will guide us through all of that in a minute, and explain the role that Mott MacDonald plays in Water UK's routemap, in further working groups such as PAS 2080 and beyond, and if you're like me, you'll also get to discover a new notion: the concept of a GOOD net zero.


We'll have five feature interviews on that podcast, and I'll have the same five speakers on stage with me for the Global Water Summit in Madrid. If you want a complete overview, check my full series on net zero water , and of course if you don't want to miss any of these interviews, make sure to subscribe to the podcast. It's free, and it's even better if you share it with your friends or colleagues. 


I'll let you share it, and I'll meet you on the other side!


Wanna listen to the full episode? Just type "S5E9 - How Water UK intends to Reach a Good Net Zero, Two Decades Early!"


You can also find the full episode materials on the (don't) Waste Water website                 

Description

🎙️ Maria Manidaki is Net Zero Technical Lead and Principal Water Investment Planning Advisor at Mott MacDonald. Mott MacDonald is a global engineering, management, and development consultancy, that places social outcomes at the center of all it does.


You know the saying: smoke is a good proxy to determine if there's a fire. Well, it turns out that the same applies to greenhouse gases. Studies demonstrated how carbon emissions are, in fact, a good proxy for resource efficiency.


So, if you want to optimize your resources and build a sustainable approach, you'd better monitor, control, and limit your greenhouse gas emissions.


Long story short: down the line, Water UK just equipped itself with a 2030 routemap that aims for net zero in the Water Sector. It's not alone in this endeavor, as 81 utilities in the World and at the time I'm recording this in may 2022 have taken that pledge, but I'd say it's the most structured approach I've seen so far.


Maria will guide us through all of that in a minute, and explain the role that Mott MacDonald plays in Water UK's routemap, in further working groups such as PAS 2080 and beyond, and if you're like me, you'll also get to discover a new notion: the concept of a GOOD net zero.


We'll have five feature interviews on that podcast, and I'll have the same five speakers on stage with me for the Global Water Summit in Madrid. If you want a complete overview, check my full series on net zero water , and of course if you don't want to miss any of these interviews, make sure to subscribe to the podcast. It's free, and it's even better if you share it with your friends or colleagues. 


I'll let you share it, and I'll meet you on the other side!


Wanna listen to the full episode? Just type "S5E9 - How Water UK intends to Reach a Good Net Zero, Two Decades Early!"


You can also find the full episode materials on the (don't) Waste Water website                 

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