There has been considerable concern locally about Storm Overflow spills:
It’s quite a coup, then, for the SVBG to have Carolyn Cadman, South West Water’s Director of Natural Resources, taking part in its first Biodiversity Festival next week:
And it was quite a coup for SWW to recruit her last April:
South West Water has announced the appointment of Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Chief Executive Officer Carolyn Cadman, who will be taking on a new senior leadership role focusing on the delivery of the company’s environmental plans to protect and enhance the environment. Carolyn has been Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s CEO since 2018 and was also Deputy Chair of the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Nature Partnership and Chair of the Cornwall Catchment Partnership.
Carolyn Cadman said: “Working with communities and businesses to restore nature and tackle climate change has been a key focus of my career over the past 20 years. I’m excited to bring the skills, experience and relationships I have developed to South West Water at this critical time for both planet health and economic recovery.”
With more details here of her talk for the SVBG’s Festival on Friday 9th June:
Talk by Carolyn Cadman, Director of Natural Resources, South West Water.
At 11.30am at Kennaway House
Speaker Carolyn Cadman, Director of Natural Resources, South West Water. Her role focuses on the delivery of the company’s environmental plans to protect and enhance the environment.
I would like to share my insights after one year of working for a water company following twenty years of working in the public and third sector on environmental issues. I will update on the actions South West Water are taking to tackle drought, the actions South West Water are taking to reduce Storm Overflow spills and the positive nature recovery work which my team are leading across the region