Now on demand: ambition into action webinar featuring Tideway, WSP and BITC
Listen now on demand to edie's exclusive one-hour webinar featuring sustainable business experts from Tideway, WSP, the BITC and EDF Energy, who will discuss how UK businesses can ramp up their efforts to reduce energy and resource use in 2019-20.
The webinar focused on exactly how sustainability professionals can help their business reach the ‘climate turning point’ through a radical increase in ambition and relentless optimism.
On the webinar, Darren White, Head of Sustainability, Thames Tideway Tunnel will now be joined by Libby Sandbrook, Head of Circular Economy at Business in the Community, David Symons, UK Director of Sustainability, WSP; along with Vincent De Rul, Director of Energy Solutiuons, EDF energy.
In 2017, experts identified six key milestones – across energy, transport, land use, industry, infrastructure, and finance – that mankind must hit by 2020 in order to get a grip on global warming once and for all. They called this the ‘climate turning point’.
While positive progress has been made towards many of these milestones, action across the board remains broadly insufficient to reverse climate change and tackle key critical environmental and social sustainability issues. But all hope is not lost. In fact, there remains a huge, transformational opportunity for businesses to achieve a sustainable and profitable future.
This webinar, brought to you in association with EDF Energy, heard from the sustainability and energy leaders who are taking bold action to accelerate change in their organisations and beyond – with a specific focus on carbon reduction and achieving a circular economy.
- Moving towards ‘zero’ carbon for your buildings and operations
- Advancing the circular economy
- Embedding sustainability and social purpose throughout your business
The webinar is free to watch.
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