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Going Green: 

Why sustainability matters to your
business more than you think

Wednesday, December 8th, 2021
11:00 AM (GMT)

 

 

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About the Going Green Webinar

Given the scale of civic and economic disruption arising from climatic instability, progressive organisations are now evaluating how best to approach carbon footprint reduction and embrace sustainability for enhanced business resilience.

The session provides distilled analysis of the risks to businesses ignoring the climate crisis, helping you to understand the effects on your organisations sustainability along with key actions that you can implement to move towards a more environmentally and organisationally sustainable future. 

We also look at the overall picture of organisational sustainability and workforce wellbeing as prerequisites for optimally performing teams.

This webinar is for business leaders and executives responsible for the office environment or people and performance planning. We’re offering fresh perspectives for future operating dynamics.

You'll learn:

  • How and why business, workforce and environmental sustainability are inextricably linked
  • How and where to get started with organisational carbon footprint reduction
  • Easily actionable starter points for measurable results
  • How to showcase your carbon reduction efforts for enhanced brand value

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Description

  • The 2021 IPCC report has issued its starkest warning yet; unless we dramatically reduces our consumption habits and associated carbon emissions with immediate effect, we can expect increasingly unpredictable and destructive weather patterns that will threaten global stability, and ultimately life on Earth.
  • Data from COP26 reinforces this.
  • Governments are moving too slowly in their efforts to legislate towards zero carbon economies. Citizens now look to organisations to lead the transformation towards a net-zero world.
  • Both B2B and B2C purchasing decisions increasingly factor in the carbon position of the vendor.
  • Organisations taking visibly proactive steps to reduce carbon emissions are cementing brand loyalty.
  • This extends to employer brand – todays jobseekers increasingly prioritise organisational sustainability when making career choices.

This is for you if:

  • Your organisation operates within the knowledge economy
  • You're an ambitious leader who’s recognised that a proactive response to the climate crisis is key to organisational resilience and who wants to understand more about the role business can play in addressing the challenges we face
  • You understand the imperative for a transition to a green economy, but aren’t sure where to get started with reducing your organisation’s carbon footprint

 

Description

  • The 2021 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report has issued its starkest warning yet; unless mankind dramatically reduces its consumption habits and associated carbon emissions, we can expect increasingly unpredictable and destructive weather patterns that will threaten global stability, and potentially life on Earth.
  • To stay within the 1.5°C warming limit set by climate scientists as the least worst-case scenario, we must all radically reduce our consumption habits with immediate effect.
  • The rapid transition to a net-zero carbon economy is now an imperative for the future of civilisation
  • With governments slow to mandate towards zero carbon, citizens are increasingly looking to organisations to step up and lead this transformation. Both B2B and B2C purchasing decisions increasingly factor in the perceived carbon position of the vendor.
  • Those organisations demonstrating carbon transparency and taking proactive steps to reduce carbon emissions are already accelerating brand loyalty.
  • This extends to 21st Century employer brand, where jobseekers consider a far wider range of factors when considering career opportunities than ever before.

Learn from industry experts

Join our speakers for a discussion and Q&A about hybrid working 

Cathyrn-Bernard

Cathryn Barnard

Co-founder & Director Working The Future

Cathryn Barnard has a career in agile workforce planning spanning three decades. Co-founder of Working the Future, her interest lies in the future of work and new operating and organising models for commercial resilience in fast-paced and dynamic markets.

David-Bricknell

David Bricknell

Managing Director Dale Office Interiors

David has worked in the office design and build industry for over 20 years; building his career from Workplace Consultant and Estimater, and fast-forwarding to the present day to Managing Director of Dale Office Interiors. His passion lies in the development of the workplace, connecting people and place.