Webinar: Sustainability and Net Zero 2050 – from strategy to delivery
Following our initial session on Net Zero 2050 and how to create a suitable strategy, the second in our series with specialist environmental consultancy Greengage looks at the challenges of delivery. Having developed a strategy, how do you deliver against those targets? What is in your scope 3 emissions and how can you influence your wider value chain? In this session we'll look at some of the practical implications.
Join speakers from Trowers & Hamlins LLP, Greengage and Grosvenor to understand the issues. Key topics to be covered include:
- Renewable energy and offsetting
- Supply chain engagement
- Soft landings
- Green leases
- Landlord and tenant engagement
- Performance measurement and reporting
As a follow up to this webinar, we'll be running a final session in this series looking at the importance of data. The session will be for an hour and a half with a speaker from Trowers & Hamlins, Greengage and a suitable case study. We will send invitations out for this soon.
- Sustainability and Net Zero – the data dilemma (20 April 2021): Lack of reliable data is often the most significant barrier for business, so how do you go about filling that data gap?
- Andrea Carvajal, Associate and Head of Energy and Carbon, Greengage
- Richard Hillyard, Principal Consultant Energy and Carbon, Greengage
- Andy Haigh, Director, Climate Positive Solutions, Grosvenor
Watch our first webinar in this series, Sustainability and Net Zero 2050 – where to start?
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