Latest London lecture evening to provide crucial insight into the green incentives that could benefit your company
You hear a lot about green regulations designed to stop businesses harming the environment, but far less about the incentives that are meant to help them reduce their environmental impact. We've seen the green stick, but what about the green carrot?
The latest BusinessGreen Sustainable Lecture Evening will navigate the maze of green incentives currently on offer to help businesses embrace sustainability best practices, and provide crucial guidance on how best to access the various green sweeteners.
Entitled Understanding and Exploiting Green Incentives, the lecture evening will take place at the London School of Economics' Wolfson Theatre on 29 June, and will feature a series of short lectures from some the UK's leading policy and business figures.
Specifically, the evening will offer an invaluable insight into how readily available incentives can make it significantly easier for your firm to invest in green building improvements, low carbon transport and renewable energy by de-risking cutting edge projects and helping you to cover the upfront investment.
It will also explore how green incentives are playing a key role in the government's low carbon strategy through its high profile 'nudge' behaviour change agenda.
BusinessGreen readers are eligible for an early bird offer of £45 a ticket, a saving of £20, if they book before 4 June.
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