What do the world's most successful sustainability initiatives have in common? As growing numbers of businesses commit to meeting environmental targets the need to understand and embrace sustainability best practices has never been more urgent, but how can companies ensure that their sustainability efforts are being optimised?
BusinessGreen is teaming up with top international sustainability consultancy DNV Two Tomorrows to present the results of theirglobal research on the defining characteristics of successful sustainability programmes and host a breakfast briefing roundtable to debate how executives can better share environmental best practices.
The 90 minute session will take place in the Garry Weston Library at Southwark Cathedral, London, SE1 9DA on Wednesday November 7th at starting at 8.30am with registration and breakfast.
- Detailed information on how corporate environmental indicators and targets are evolving, and how firms are using reporting to enhance their sustainability and financial performance.
- Discussion on how to better integrate sustainability and innovation programmes, including an investigation of how consumer brands are focusing on sustainability to enhance their products and services.
- An exclusive look at the latest Tomorrow's Value research, now in its eighth successful year of tracking performance
- A series of case studies providing a detailed insight into the world's most successful sustainability programmes.
The roundtable will be chaired by BusinessGreen Editor James Murray and feature insight from Bjørn K. Haugland, DNV Group Technology and Sustainability Officer and Mark Line, DNV Two Tomorrows Executive Chairman, as well as an interactive discussion with BusinessGreen readers.
The Breakfast Briefing is free to attend for sustainability executives. To register your interest please fill in the form below and we'll get in touch with you shortly.
Please note this event is now fully booked. Thank you for your interest
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