Archive for '2degrees'
Online events in February from 2degrees: low carbon technology, climate corps, leading by example, supply chain engagement, solar power, energy data for behaviour change, sustainability strategy, recycling engagement.
Online events in December from 2degrees: energy wastage in data centres; financial innovations and risk; a carbon footprint journey; collaboration in the supply chain; embedding CSR through HR.
Run by 2degrees, a business community for driving growth and profit through sustainability, this event aims to help landlords, tenants, and owner/occupiers achieve higher performing buildings and truly engaged stakeholders.
Online events in November from 2degrees: learning about local and seasonal food sourcing; engaging communities for collaboration to manage water risk; understanding wider environmental impact.
Online events in October from 2degrees: green travel plans for business, tackling urban waste, efficient refrigeration, sustainable refurbishment, increasing recycling rates, flexible working for lower emissions.
Online events in September from 2degrees: urban transport and mobility; improving the CRC; smart grid and intelligent buildings; voltage optimization for energy efficiency; fracking and energy.
21 September 2012, London: designed for those in the consumer products supply chain, this event bring together all the stakeholders - from retailers to primary commodity suppliers - to tackle their resource efficiency challenges.
Online events in July from 2degrees: sustainability for small businesses; trends in sustainability reporting; measuring emissions; the retail case for sustainable diets; supply chain performance in practice and in the future.
Online events in June from 2degrees: design for behaviour change, collaborating for corporate sustainability, reducing forest footprints, water use in the beverage industry, clean energy legislation in Australia, property energy efficiency.
Online events in May from 2degrees: employee engagement, water risks, demand response, sustainable energy savings, CRC survey results, behaviour change, social hotspots, sustainable procurement.