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Roundtable: Environmental Behaviour Change – Cardiff

Feb 03
Date and time
Mon, 03 February  @  10:00  -  12:00
Price
Invitation only
Location
Cardiff, CF10 United Kingdom
Audience
Environment practitioners
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Audience

Environment practitioners

Mon, 03 February 2020  @  10:00  –  12:00

Invitation only

Business in the Community (BITC) Cymru is pleased to be partnering with Cardiff Business School, BITC Cymru’s Responsible Large Business of the Year 2019, to explore employee engagement and positive behaviour change relating to the environmental challenges we face.

The session will be led by Professor Lorraine Whitmarsh, Department of Psychology, Cardiff Business School, and Roxarne Owen, Environment Team, Business in the Community.

About Waste to Wealth

We have just 10 years to prevent catastrophic climate change. BITC is working with members to unlock the opportunities in production cycles, to find smarter ways of working that reduce waste and create innovative new products.

In response BITC created the Waste to Wealth Commitment. Two hundred leaders from business, government, academia and civil society have committed to actions to collectively double resource productivity and reduce avoidable waste by 2030 (supercharging the UK Industrial Strategy’s 2050 targets) through creativity, collaboration and practical action.

This roundtable follows a series of events relating to the Wales Waste to Wealth Summit held in June 2019.

Audience

This is an invitation-only event and places are limited to one delegate per business. It is designed to benefit human resources, environmental or responsible business practitioners

Refreshments

Tea and coffee will be served on arrival.

Further information

If you think you should have received an invitation and have not, or require further information, contact Annie Williams, EA & Membership Co-ordinator.

Full joining instructions will be sent before the event.

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