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East Midlands Climate Change Roundtable

Sep 21
Date and time
Tue, 21 September  @  08:00  -  09:30
No charge to invitees only
Webinar United Kingdom
Invitation only, C-suite/senior leaders
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Invitation only and C-suite/senior leaders
No charge to invitees only

Tue, 21 September 2021  @  08:00  –  09:30

A C-Suite virtual roundtable for East Midlands business leaders, focussing on collaborative action on net-zero carbon and climate resilience in the region. 

About the roundtable
This is an invitation only event hosted by Business in the Community’s (BITC’s) East Midlands Leadership Board.

We will be calling on the CEOs of major East Midland based businesses to work together alongside other stakeholders to identify opportunities to collaborate to support businesses in the region.

This support will focus on:

  • Committing to ambitious climate resilience plans and net-zero carbon targets.
  • Tackling key challenges e.g. transport and the built environment.
  • Investing in nature and promoting biodiversity.
  • Mobilising employees.

This event is by invitation only. If you think you should have been invited and have not, please contact Annette Ettarh, Events Manager at BITC. It is suitable for C-Suite/senior leaders.

About BITC’s environment campaign
By 2030 the UK needs to have delivered on its commitment to limit global warming to 1.5°C, something many consider only possible by achieving a net-zero carbon economy. It will be companies that see tackling climate change as part of future-proofing their business that prosper in this changing world

BITC wants every business to become climate positive. This starts with developing a robust, science-based climate resilience strategy with ambitious net-zero carbon targets. We work to inspire and support our members, working with both those who are on the journey and those yet to start. Through guidance, resources and events, we equip businesses to set targets and develop inclusive action plans with employees, suppliers and community stakeholders.  We also campaign for government action to support these actions.

Find out more about BITC’s work on the environment and our Challenge 2030 campaign.

Contact details and further information
For more information, contact Annette Ettarh, Events Manager at BITC.

Following government advice on social distancing, all BITC events over the coming months will be delivered remotely via digital technology.

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