BusinessGreen Leaders' Summit: Last few passes available

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BusinessGreen Leaders' Summit: Last few passes available

Hear from green business thought leaders and senior executives at the likes of Carlsberg, Schroders, IKEA, and Tesla

Sustainability professionals have just a few days left to reserve their place for next week's inaugural BusinessGreen Leaders' Summit.

A handful of places are still available for the summit, which takes place on Thursday November 9th at The Crystal venue in Docklands and will bring together business leaders and experts from across the green economy to discuss the long term challenges and opportunities facing the sector.

The summit will feature keynote addresses from Sir Jonathon Porritt of Forum for the Future, Dr Emily Shuckburgh of the British Antarctic Survey, and shadow climate change minister Dr Alan Whitehead, as well as presentations on some of the world's leading corporate sustainability programmes.

The event marks BusinessGreen's 10th anniversary this autumn and will explore both the huge transformation the low carbon economy has undergone over the past decade and the long term strategic trends businesses will have to navigate over the next 10 years.

The day will also see the publication of BusinessGreen's Secrets of the Pioneers report in association with Greenhouse PR, which will provide an insight into the issues green business thought leaders expect to dominate the next decade.

You can reserve your pass for the day at the BusinessGreen Leaders' Summit website.

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