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North West Climate Change Roundtable for CEOs

Jun 21
Date and time
Mon, 21 June  @  08:00  -  09:30
No charge for invited guests
Roundtable, Webinar
Invitation only, C-suite/senior leaders
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Invitation only and C-suite/senior leaders
No charge for invited guests

Mon, 21 June 2021  @  08:00  –  09:30

This invitation only event is being hosted by Business in the Community’s (BITC) North West Leadership Board. It is a roundtable for north west business leaders, focusing on collaborative action on net zero carbon and climate resilience in the region.  

We are calling on the chief executive officers (CEOs) of businesses based in north west England to work together, and with other stakeholders, to identify opportunities to support businesses in the region to move faster in:

  • inspiring businesses of all sizes to accelerate their efforts towards climate resilience and a net zero economy
  • identifying and unlocking opportunities to engage employees on climate change adaptation and mitigation actions at home, within the workplace and within communities investing in nature
  • including all voices within the transition to a green economy and supporting community reliance.

This event is by invitation only. It is for c-suite leaders based in north west England.

BITC plan to run Climate Change Roundtable for CEOs events in other regions. If you are interested in joining one of these contact Libby Sandbrook, England Director at BITC.

About Business in the Community’s Environment Campaign and Challenge 2030
Our environment and sustainability agenda encourages innovative and transformational change at the core of business. Our programmes focus on building a one-planet economy that delivers lasting prosperity through the UN Global Goals, also known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Business in the Community’s (BITC’s) Challenge 2030 campaign aims to accelerate the transformation to a future where the climate crisis is history. It calls for bold leadership from business to help make the climate crisis history.
BITC is calling on business to increase:

  1. The speed with which they will achieve net zero carbon targets aligned to the Paris agreement
  2. The scale of ambition in their climate action plans to rapidly cut carbon and prepare for climate impacts
  3. The scope of their influence by collaborating with employees, suppliers, customers and sectors to unlock barriers to action

Contact details and further information
For more information, contact 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.

Business in the Community is innovating to sustain and repair our planet