Date and Time

Tuesday 21st May 2024, 2-3pm


Free for members



This webinar will be of interest to all members, including those developing and delivering Sustainability (Green) Champions initiatives.


Everyone in every business can help bring nature back from the brink.

Businesses have a huge role to play in creating a more sustainable future.

As an employee, you have a powerful voice which can initiate changes to help your company turn the tide for nature.

No matter what you do for a living; whether your job is in finance, catering, manufacturing, or any other industry, you can influence your place of work to make ambitious changes for nature.

To help you and your colleagues get started, the National Trust, RSPB, and WWF have created the Nature’s Workforce toolkit, designed to help you start the conversations that will lead to lasting change. Bring your passion for nature, knowledge and ideas; and the Nature’s Workforce toolkit will help you ask the right questions, shape discussions and collaborate with your colleagues to make a plan for action that will benefit your company and our natural world.

You don’t need to be a nature expert to act. Nature’s Workforce has been created in collaboration with employees from diverse industries, working in different roles and across varying levels of seniority to make sure that everyone, no matter what you do, has access to the practical resources, accessible information and simple steps, to bring nature-friendly practises into your workplace.


At this webinar, members of the Nature’s Workforce team will provide an overview of the toolkit, and answer questions. We are delighted to announce the following speakers:

Ellen Howells, Strategic Comms and Marketing Lead (National Trust)

Kim Dunn, Save Our Wild Isles Business Advocacy Lead (RSPB)

Ella Thomson, Senior Sustainability Analyst (OVO Energy)


There will then be an opportunity to join in a group discussion allowing you to share your challenges, activity, learnings and progress in this area with other members across the network.