With COP26 looming ever closer, the project management profession needs to accelerate developing our knowledge and skills to align our operations with our ambitions.
Arup Director Rob Leslie-Carter joins us to discuss the route to achieve net zero through programmes and projects, and how every project manager can influence sustainable development.
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About Rob Leslie Carter
Rob Leslie-Carter is a Director with Arup based in London. He has worked around the world with Arup for 28 years, and specialises in the planning, set-up, leadership and delivery of complex infrastructure and property projects both on client side and as leader of multidisciplinary teams.
His project track record includes the Beijing Olympics Water Cube, the Laban Dance School in Deptford, New Acton Nishi in Canberra, Greenhouse by Joost in Sydney, and currently Europe’s biggest project High Speed 2.
Rob is a regular public speaker on leadership, project management, organisational culture, the future of work, and the road to Net Zero, and is a guest lecturer at the Bartlett at UCL and previously at University of New South Wales.