Creating sustainable supply chains starts with understanding the critical issues that face your business and applying long term sustainable development goals appropriately, turning the impact of climate change into a driver for positive operational change.
The environmental impact of economic growth can include an increase of natural resources and contribute to the rise in carbon emissions globally. However, businesses who focus on improving environmental sustainability technologies, the tracking of emissions, environmental reporting and climate-related financial disclosures can have a positive impact on business models and profitability.
Join our economic growth and environmental sustainability webinar, first aired in August, to learn more about financially sustainable supply chains.
About the speakers
David Riley, Head of Carbon Neutral, Anglian Water
David is leading the Anglian Water carbon neutrality team through a renewable energy programme, measuring and forecasting energy demand, innovation discovery and climate change resilience. Collaboration and alignment with our supply supply chain is key to our ongoing success.is responsible for the successful development and implementation of the carbon and energy strategy at Anglian Water with a focus on both operational and capital carbon. David is also the Chair of Water UK Carbon Working Group and Member of UKWIR steering group updating operational and embodied carbon guidance for the water industry.
Greg Chant-Hall, Director, Square Gain
Greg is a chartered sustainability professional, FIEMA and FRSA with extensive commercial and financial experience. He has as successful track-record working with a range of organisations; from SMEs and research to government and multinationals, and is currently supporting clients on the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), SDGs, sustainable supply chains, and zero-carbon development projects.
Mike Tournier, Carbon Reduction SME, Achilles
Mike has an impressive domestic and international experience in Environmental Services and Carbon Management. He has been the Executive Director of the Carbon Market Institute, the Australian Peak Industry Body for Carbon Professionals, and has worked as General Manager Global Operations for one of the world’s largest and most successful Carbon Developers. Mike has also been a Board Member of The International Carbon Reduction and Offset Alliance (ICROA) during his time working in the City of London and has worked with some of the largest UK carbon neutral businesses.
The impact of climate change on business models and profitability