Explore a selection of workshops, talks and events about leadership for sustainability – expertly curated for you by the REAL team.
Transitioning to a sustainable, zero carbon economy & the evolving implications for corporate governance – September 7th
Organised by Chapter Zero in collaboration with Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) & Willis Towers Watson (WTW) Transitioning to a sustainable, zero carbon economy & the evolving implications for
NEC Birmingham “RWM is the UK’s largest trade show for recycling and waste management, providing the biggest platform for world changing innovations that are shaping the future of sustainability.” UK’S
Business has a key role in the change to a low-carbon economy. This conference explores how leaders can drive the transition and achieve an enterprise-led response to this global challenge.
We are delighted to announce we will holding our June Construction Forum at The American Express Community Stadium, Brighton. Our first guest speaker confirmed is – Duncan Baker-Brown – Senior Lecturer at The
Net-Zero Live is an evolution of edie Live – the UK’s first and only event annually attracting thousands of energy, sustainability and resource efficiency professionals for two days of inspirational talks,
Sustainable investing. Social investing. Impact investing. Ethical investing. Socially-Responsible investing. “Green” investing. Just a few of the many terms that are used to describe how investors today want their money to make a difference, as well as creating good
Wednesday, 9 September, 2020 – 20:00 Did you ever imagine that the microbes in your gut could be likened to those in the soil? Delve into the microbial world of
Stepping up the Climate Change response: the impact on the Audit and Risk Committee agenda – 12th September
Organised by Chapter Zero and Deloitte. Wednesday, September 16, 2020 | 09:00 AM – 10:30 AM Chapter Zero is delighted to invite Audit and Risk Committee Chairs and members to
Jack Shenker takes us on a journey across Britain to uncover the root causes of our current crisis – and the struggles being waged for our future.
Heart n Soul at The Hub is a research project led by people with and without learning disabilities and autistic people, exploring the value of difference and challenging what is ‘normal’. In this session the Inclusive Futures team will share their project and think critically about our world and our future.
As lockdown gripped the country, millions turned to technology to maintain vital social contact and connection. For some brain injury survivors, the widening of the digital landscape actually opened fresh avenues of opportunity; bringing to light previously unimagined futures.