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Climate Change – What Does it Mean for Lithuanian Industry


You are cordially invited to the monthly EBN Breakfast event under the auspices of the Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands.

The event will take place on Thursday, 19th of September at 08:30, at the Netherlands Embassy (T. Kosciuškos g. 36, 01100 Vilnius).

Climate Change – What Does it Mean for Lithuanian Industry

Speakers: Evaldas Petrauskas & Neringa Pumputytė

Evaldas-Petrauskas.jpgEvaldas Petrauskas is working in the Ministry of Economy and Innovation in Industry 4.0 policy division and participates in shaping the principles of climate change mitigation, circular economy and sustainable development policy. His experience also covers managing various supply chains, coordinating and improving their functionality. For last seven years he has worked with various companies and clients in entire EMEA region.
Evaldas Petrauskas holds an MSc in in Business and Management of Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences.

Neringa.jpgNeringa Pumputytė - Lead auditor, Bureau Veritas Lit
She is providing Lead Assessor and Trainer services for Bureau Veritas Lit. Her 14 years of professional experience covers greenhouse gas (GHG), energy and EHS auditing, consulting, carbon markets, project management, and environmental policies. She has conducted audits for GHG emissions inventory assurance, certification of environmental, energy and health & safety management systems, carbon offset schemes, and water stewardship certification.
She has worked with clients in manufacturing, services, financial, pharmaceutical and energy sectors in the UK and other EU countries, the US, and Russia. Prior to returning to Lithuania in 2018, she worked for ERM Certification & Verification Services in the UK. She has also worked with NGOs (WWF), the European Investment Bank, a specialist consultancy, and Lithuanian Environmental Protection Agency.
Neringa Pumputytė holds an MSc in Environmental Change and Management from the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford.

Please confirm your attendance by Tuesday, 17th of September to migle@ebn.lt. This event is free for EBN members; non-members may attend by paying an entrance fee of only €20.

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