A still conversation. One place left. Think aloud with a small group of sustainability leaders, about sustainability and strategy. Possible conversation topics include: Who decides strategy now, and what do they take into account? What are the risks and opportunities we could see more clearly through a sustainability lens? What are my ways to influence strategy?
A still conversation. Last few places remain. Think aloud with a small group (max. 10) of sustainability leaders, about your sustainability strategy. Possible conversation topics: Do the Sustainable Development Goals help me set strategy? What about the Paris Climate Agreement? How do Brexit and the US elections impact our work? Do I need to look internally to find the strategic challenges?
A still conversation. Think aloud with a small group (max. 10) of sustainability leaders, about personal resilience. Possible conversation topics: When do you need to be resilient? What helps? How can you become more resilient?
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After the success of the She is Sustainable: London event held in February 2016, there's another opportunity to meet and get to know other young women working in sustainability in North West England. The event will occur over two days on 19-20th July (lunchtime to lunchtime) at Lancaster University.
"She Is Sustainable": Lancaster (19/20 July). https://sheissustainable.org/lancaster/
The BusinessGreen Leaders Forum will explore the scale of the environmental risks faced by UK firms’ supply chains and explore the best practices that can help to manage and mitigate such risks. It will also feature a series of presentations and discussions from some of the UK’s leading green supply chain experts and the sustainability executives who are pioneering innovative new approaches to curbing environmental and resource risk.
The Sustainable Development Goals are an unprecedented opportunity for governments, business and NGO's to collaborate to tackle the big challenges facing global society. To be successful, they will require strong leadership and engagement from business. On the 11th April, we ask if business is ready for systemic change.
Organised by The Crowd. For more details, see here.