Taking place next week: edie’s webinar on shaping your climate strategy

Registration is now open for edie’s next free-to-attend webinar, which will be hosted on Wednesday 29 March and provide you with the insights and actions you need to shape your organisation’s climate strategy.

The so-called polycrisis of runaway climate change, surging energy prices, deadly geopolitical conflict and rampant inequality is devastating the planet and costing a fortune. It’s clear that businesses across all sectors need effective sustainability leadership through crisis – but what, exactly, does that leadership look like?

This webinar explores what true leadership now looks like across all areas of sustainable development, with a specific focus on ambition and action on climate change from the private sector.


Marking the culmination of edie’s Business Leadership Month, this 60-minute webinar is hosted in partnership with Schneider Electric and will be broadcast from 1-2pm British Summer Time (BST).

During the course of the hour, sustainability and climate action experts will provide specific insights and takeaways to help you evolve your own sustainability and CSR strategy this year. The discussion will be shaped by the results of our annual survey of sustainability leaders, the Sustainable Business Leadership Survey.

The webinar will exclusively reveal the results of the survey – an in-depth analysis of 225 sustainability leaders from across the UK, exploring the biggest drivers, challenges and opportunities that are shaping their strategy this year.

Don’t miss your chance to register for this webinar now. This event will be recorded. If you are unable to tune in live, registrants will have access to a recording of the webinar on-demand, so please do register.

Discussion points:

  • Analysing the impacts of the energy-price/cost-of-living crises on corporate sustainability
  • Engagement, behaviour change and greenwash: Turning challenges into opportunities
  • What the just transition means for the role of sustainability and net-zero professionals


  • Sarah George, Senior Reporter, edie


  • Andrew Griffiths, Chair, The Institute of Directors National Sustainability Taskforce

  • Rhonda Doyle, Senior Director Field Services Operations UK&I, Schneider Electric

  • Julia Pallé, Sustainability Director, Formula E


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