Two weeks left to register: edie's climate-resilient supply chains webinar

edie's latest webinar, taking place on Thursday 16 April, will focus on how businesses can build sustainable, climate-resilient supply chains through engagement methods, carbon reporting and regenerative practices.

The webinar will be available to watch on-demand afterwards for those who register

The webinar will be available to watch on-demand afterwards for those who register

This one-hour webinar, taking place on Thursday 16 April 2PM-3PM (BST) will explore how businesses are moving from ‘risk’ to ‘resilience’ with their supply chains by championing sustainability, increasing transparency, and engaging suppliers with climate action.


As the threats of the climate crisis become ever more real, the onus is on businesses to future-proof operations through effective engagement with the supply chain. From comprehensive measurement and auditing through to the development of collaborative initiatives to spur collective action – this is arguably the most important piece of the sustainability puzzle.

This edie webinar, hosted in association with UL, will bring together a selection of sustainability and supply chain experts to showcase how organisations large and small can engage with suppliers to deliver deep decarbonisation and accelerate climate action.

Specifically, the webinar will equip energy and sustainability professionals with unique insights into how to spur the use of renewable energy among suppliers; enhance social sustainability at every point in the chain, and monitor and report progress.

Discussion points

  • Carrot or stick: How to decarbonise your supply chain?
  • The role of transparency and risk analysis in future-proofing product supply
  • Looking beyond the ‘four walls’ to drive sustainability

The webinar will be available on-demand afterwards for those who have registered, and speakers will be added in due course. Register for the webinar here.

edie staff


| decarbonisation | Future proofing | supply chain | ethics


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