Achieving Mission Possible: Moving from ambition into action with your sustainability strategy

21 May 2019
Sustainability Keynote Theatre

"Mission Possible 2019 report: Five key takeaways for business"

James Evison, Insight editor, edie

"Net-zero carbon in action: Berkeley Group’s story"

  • What ‘zero-carbon’ property development looks like
  • Using the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) to your advantage
  • Science-based target-setting

Louise Clarke, Head of sustainable places, Berkeley Group

“Zero-emission transport in action: Zipcar’s quiet revolution” 

  • Breaking down barriers to EV adoption 
  • The crucial role of collaboration 
  • Realising the business benefits of EVs

Jonathan Hampson, General manager, Zipcar UK  

“Zero-waste in action: How Canary Wharf is breaking the plastic habit” 

  • Building the world’s first plastic-free commercial hub
  • Using World Environment Day to your advantage 
  • Facilitating a sustainability movement through cross-sector collaboration   

Martin Gettings, Group head of sustainability, Canary Wharf Group 

“B Corps: Making your business a force for good” 

  • Why social sustainability makes good business sense 
  • Aligning sustainability with purpose (or vice-versa) 
  • Integrating sustainability across multiple brands and varying sites  

 Chris Turner, Executive director, B Lab UK 

Panel discussion and audience Q&A: “The zeronauts: How can sustainability professionals drive a 'net-zero' business culture?"

Panel to be joined by: 

Ian Hopkins, Director, Centrica Business Solutions

James Evison, Insight editor - edie
Chris Turner, Executive director - B Lab UK
Jonathan Hampson, General manager - Zipcar UK
Louise Clarke, Head of sustainable places - Berkeley Group
Martin Gettings, Group head of sustainability - Canary Wharf Group
Ian Hopkins, Director - Centrica Business Solutions




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