Archive for 'webinar'
Positive Impact is marking the first anniversary of the International Standard for Event Sustainability Management Systems, ISO 20121, with a series of free webinars and educational materials.
Wednesday, 28 March, 4-5pm: open Forum Network webinar exploring the role of ICT in the transition to a sustainable society in the context of the recent ‘Connect, Collaborate, Change’ report and O2's Think Big Blueprint plan.
Online events over the coming month from 2degrees, an online global community for sustainable business: improving supply chains; supplier scorecards; diesel from waste; water and food security; water quality.
4 August 2011: In this webinar an expert panel will discuss Games Theory - Futerra's report on the opportunity of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, and other large scale events, to drive environmental behaviour change.
Emma Gollub, Head of Communities at 2degrees, introduces a forthcoming webinar on a developing trend in business leadership in sustainability, the emergence of the Chief Sustainability Officer.
Thursday 24 February 2011, 5pm GMT: Jerome Ravetz, originator of post-normal science, and Valerie Brown, editor of Tackling Wicked Problems, discuss the kinds of knowledge we need to tackle ecological and social crises.
Wednesday 9 February 2011, 5pm GMT: Free webinar from Earthscan looking at how to deal with increasing turbulence in the world, and with the complexity and uncertainty that come with it.
27 January 2011, 5pm GMT: Free webinar from Earthscan highlighting innovative ideas and strategies for embedding sustainability in curricula and professional development, including "whole institution" strategies.
11 Nov 2010: an Earthscan webinar presented by Chris Rose, author of How to Win Campaigns: Communications for Change, and Lorraine Whitmarsh, author of Engaging the Public with Climate Change: Behaviour Change and Communication.
21 Oct 2010: Earthscan is running a free webinar, presented by Sara Parkin, founder of Forum for the Future’s MA in Leadership for Sustainability, and author of The Positive Deviant: Sustainability Leadership in a Perverse World.