CEDA-UK 9th March 2022: John Sargent Lecture ‘The UK’s Net Zero Journey – A Marine Perspective’

Published 23 February 2022

Free event – Wednesday 9th March 2022, 6pm-7.30pm

Huub den Rooijen, Managing Director of The Crown Estate’s marine business, has kindly agreed to give the John Sargent lecture this year. The John Sargent Lecture is the keynote event of the Central Dredging Association’s (CEDA UK) annual calendar.

The lecture will focus on providing a marine perspective on the UK’s Net Zero Journey. Huub will outline the UK’s achievements to date in developing what is one of the world’s largest offshore wind markets. He will share his perspective on the journey that the UK is taking towards achieving its 2050 net zero target, and he will outline some of the existing and future challenges and opportunities that this journey presents, for policy and planning, technology and supply chain, habitat and environment.

CEDA is delighted that the event will be held in person this year on Wednesday 9th March. The venue is the Institute of Civil Engineers, 1 Great George Street, London. It will also be live streamed.

The lecture is free to attend and starts at 18.00 hrs.

Booking your place

Face to Face: Advance registration is required, to book your place at this in-person event please visit: www.ice.org.uk/events/john-sargent-lecture-uk-net-zero-journey-marine

Online: The event will also be streamed live online. Register now to receive the streaming link.

If you require advice or are unable to book yourself on this event, please contact Shelly-Ann Russell on


The Central Dredging Association (CEDA) is a knowledge sharing society, with a diverse mix of corporate members drawn from industry, consultancies, academia, government agencies and others. CEDA exists to champion the professional success of individuals and organisations in the dredging industry and associated fields. It is an established authority and the leading independent forum for the dredging community in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

CEDA fosters and promotes the understanding and advancement of matters related to marine development in our wider society and is a recognised reference point for high quality specialist knowledge on dredging and related matters.