Online events from 2degrees in August
Jophi George looks ahead to a selection of online events from 2degrees over the coming month. To participate or find out more about 2degrees, an online global community for sustainable business, sign up for free membership of the network.
In this look-ahead:
- Beyond Labels: How UTZ CERTIFIED-Good Inside improves supply chain standards and value
- Supplier Environmental Sustainability Scorecards: P&G’s story so far
- Waste as a Resource: Converting end-of-life plastics into diesel
- World Water Day 2012 – Water and Food Security: Call for Solutions
- Which Water Quality for Which Uses? A Regulators’ and Practitioners’ Perspective
For a full calendar of what’s planned for the coming weeks in 2degrees, including many more events, see the 2degrees calendar of events.
10th August 2011: This webinar will present a practical, evidenced based guide containing 19 principles to help you design and deliver your communications to achieve environmental behavior change at large scale events like the 2012 Olympic Games.
11th August 2011: This webinar will discuss P&G’s reasons for moving to sustainability scorecards, how the scorecard system works in practice, progress of the program to date, including challenges and how there have been addressed, and how to apply P&G’s “open code” scorecard to your own supply chain.
17th August 2011: Learn about the latest technology employed by the SITA UK to convert end-of-life plastics into diesel. This technology will take Britain forward as it attempts to deal with mixed waste plastic with a solution that is both environmentally efficient and energy productive.
24th August 2011: Broadcast live from World Water Week in Stockholm, the much anticipated debate is likely to spark a lively session focused on the viability of water and food security solutions. seminar will provide key messages and promising solutions to form the basis of the campaign for the World Water Day 2012.
25th August 2011: How can water quality standards and guidelines protect water resources for multiple ecosystem services, and water uses? Join this session, broadcast live from World Water Week in Stockholm with key policy-makers, regulators, researchers from around the world.
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