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In July 2019 a number of members gathered to share and learn about developing a successful sustainability strategy. This follow on event will support those still putting together their strategies, but will also look at how we embed these across an organisation and ensure that we can start to deliver their objectives.
This first session on sustainable procurement will cover some of the key themes, such as policies, strategies and where to start
Our regular Energy Managers meeting will continue to focus on net zero - how far have we come and what are the latest updates from the group
Wates Group won the bid to complete the refurbishment project of the Northern Estate, part of the Houses of Parliament. We have an opportunity for a behind the scenes site tour.
Our first event exploring the role of land in climate change and sustainability, using practical examples of innovation at Wimpole Home Farm
Assessing, engaging with and influencing our suppliers & supply chains will be the key focus for our second event on sustainable procurement
An opportunity for our Scottish members to get together and share experiences and learnings on all aspects of sustainability
See how this commercial site has partnered with the Wildlife Trust to enhance biodiversity and have a positive environmental impact
And see what a difference you could make...
The challenge of setting Net Zero targets in the charity sector and beyond
'Net zero' is becoming an increasingly familiar term, with political parties, public bodies and businesses using it to frame their decarbonisation targets. As the climate crisis becomes increasingly urgent and the public look to every sector to understand how they are responding, many UK charities and organisations are announcing net zero goals too. It's a way to demonstrate commitment, and align with the 1.5 degrees pathway laid out by the IPCC. But what needs to be considered when setting a target, and what are the challenges? At our most recent Energy Managers meeting (a special interest group for practitioners working specifically to manage energy within their organisations) participants delved into this topic. We bring you some of the key questions and considerations discussed.