With many organisations focusing on understanding and reducing a wide range of their environmental impacts, it is often challenging to develop and co-ordinate policy, strategy and action. The Fit for the Future network is continuing to support members in this key area through the Sustainability Strategy Series, providing members with the opportunity to share ambitions, challenges, solutions, resources, progress and lessons learnt.
For this session we are delighted to hear from Amy Moore (Sustainability Manager at Marie Curie). Marie Curie have committed to the UK Government's net zero target, to reduce their carbon emissions to zero by 2050. Amy will provide an overview of key areas of Marie Curie’s sustainability strategy, including:
· Marie Curie activity and its main emission sources
· Marie Curie’s sustainability ambitions, policy and targets
· Details of carbon reduction initiatives (including data management through their internal sustainability dashboard)
· Focus on energy management/savings, showcasing their new energy management system
Amy will also be joined by Gus Crook (Beekeeper) at Alvéole.
Alvéole install nature-based solutions such as honey bee hives, wild bee homes, and bee-friendly gardens, in more than 60 cities worldwide. By engaging people with these amenities and using technology to monitor their impact, Alvéole helps clients meet their ESG goals and drive positive environmental and social change. Gus will provide an overview of their work at the Marie Curie offices and other locations.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions and to join in a group discussion, allowing you to share learning, progress, challenges and questions with other members across the network who are on the same journey.
All members are welcome to attend, regardless of previous experience or knowledge on this topic. The session will be of benefit to all network members, whatever your size and scope of operations/activity. From organisations just starting off to those already delivering a sustainability strategy, there will be lots to share and collaborate on, from identifying collective challenges to learning from other approaches.