30-minute masterclass: How to implement the circular economy
This 30-minute masterclass, hosted in partnership with Cranfield University, will explore some of the skills needed to create value from the transition to a circular economy through innovation and business leadership.
On demand webinars
The SDG power hour: How to drive engagement with the Global Goals
The UN has laid out 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) encompassing 169 targets, and in this webinar we will spend one hour exploring how the framework can be used by sustainability and energy professionals to truly transform business, for good.
30-minute masterclass: How to lead a sustainability strategy for your business
This 30-minute masterclass, hosted in partnership with Cranfield University, will explore some of the skills needed to develop a sustainability strategy and effectively communicate that strategy at a board and senior level to drive change.
Green fleets: Harnessing the electric vehicle revolution
This one-hour webinar will explore how businesses across the country are embracing the unstoppable rise of electric vehicles to reduce emissions, incentivise employees and cut costs.
Powering ahead: Learning from the leaders in onsite energy generation
Energy costs are rising, clean technology costs are tumbling, and new off-grid opportunities are becoming more viable – NOW is the time to upgrade your organisation’s sustainability strategy through onsite energy solutions, and this webinar will show you the way.
Mission Possible: Taking bold action to achieve a sustainable future
The mission, should we choose to accept it: achieving a low- carbon, resource-efficient industrial revolution. As we gear up for edie Live 2018 this webinar will hear from the leading businesses and experts that are scaling-up effort and innovation across all areas of sustainable development to make this Mission Possible.
WEBINAR: How to uncover savings and improve your operational performance through energy insight
Our expert panel will discuss how to use advanced energy insights to help you to uncover savings and improve your operational performance.
Inside Heathrow 2.0: Building a strategy for sustainability leadership
In 2017, Heathrow Airport unveiled Heathrow 2.0 – a bold and wide-ranging new CSR strategy that seeks to decouple business growth from carbon emissions and accelerate the shift towards a sustainable future for aviation.
Employee engagement: What does it take to change behaviours?
Aligning corporate sustainability targets with individuals' motivations and behaviours can drive significant savings, but it is incredibly difficult to achieve. In this webinar, we explore how energy and sustainability managers can effectively engage with employees to bring about positive change.
Energy innovation: Delivering the smart grid of the future, today
The mission is clear: we must accelerate the shift to zero-carbon energy systems in order to slash emissions and mitigate global warming. But this mission IS possible: renewable energy costs are tumbling and new approaches to energy management such as battery storage and demand response are offering new ways for organisations to operate more sustainably.
How to solve the plastics problem: Learning from the resource revolutionaries
Plastics represent a major circular economy conundrum for business across the world. As the Ellen MacArthur Foundation notes, “plastics are one of the most wasteful examples of our existing linear, take-make-dispose economy.”
Is your business energy resilient?
As more business are beginning to feel the true impact of not having a dedicated Energy Resilience strategy, this dedicated edie webinar explores the practical steps businesses can take to ensure energy resilience.
DEMAND SIDE RESPONSE MASTERCLASS
Join us for an interactive masterclass that will break down the various ways businesses currently understand and engage in demand side response programmes, and the easy steps to develop and improve.
Meet the Phosphate Consents of the future, today
A webinar looking at the likely challenges facing the municipal water industry with significantly stricter Phosphate discharge consents and two processes to meet these challenges.