DNV GL Roundtable: How long-term corporate planning holds the key to a more sustainable future

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Hosted in association with DNV GL, this roundtable event aims to explore how businesses are developing the long-term strategies needed to deliver a safe and sustainable future

BusinessGreen's latest roundtable event, hosted in association with DNV GL, will explore how businesses can tackle climate change and other sustainability risks while driving business growth and profitability.

The event will present the results of DNV GL's recent report A Safe and Sustainable Future: Enabling the Transition, which outlines vital links between the economy, societal well-being and good governance in addressing key sustainability challenges.

Cutting edge corporate strategies must move away from a 'business-as-usual' path leading towards graver economic and environmental challenges and instead demonstrate how new business models can create a more sustainable future.

The report explores how business can respond to the challenge in areas such as:

  • Incentive systems
  • Finance and capital markets
  • Potential of technology
  • Sustainable consumption
  • Transparent and inclusive decision-making structures
  • The power of collaboration

The report also features sustainability case studies in sectors including Shipping, Energy, Oil & Gas, Food & Beverage and Healthcare.

Join us for an in-depth discussion that will inform your company's strategy and highlight new opportunities for your business to explore.

To register your interest in attending the roundtable please fill out our short online form.

Date, Time and Venue

The roundtable will take place at 3.30pm on Monday July 7th at Flemings Mayfair.

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