Andrew Brown is Head of Sustainability at Anglian Water Group and works with the board to oversee the delivery of their purpose, to bring environmental and social prosperity to the region served through its commitment to ‘Love Every Drop’.
In addition to embedding sustainability throughout the business he has direct responsibility for the teams delivering six capital and UN Global Goals thinking, community education, employee engagement and volunteering programmes and the Anglian Centre for Water Studies, a partnership with the University of East Anglia.
Having worked in sustainability for the past 20 years he has led in the areas of natural environment, climate change adaptation and now sustainability.
He is also a member of Business in the Community’s East of England Leadership Board as he is passionate about the positive role that businesses can play when they collaborate to create social, environmental and economic prosperity for communities in the region.
Business in the Communty’s place programme
Business in the Community’s (BITC) Place Programme is about bringing everyone together in a place to act collaboratively. To act on long-term goals, based on a common agreement of the challenges, opportunities and solutions and drawing on the strengths of everyone in that community, whether they are a business, a community organisation or from the public sector.
To facilitate meaningful connections between businesses, communities, and local councils to reset economic ambitions and collaborate on new, innovative solutions that will deliver long-term, transformative impact.