Working towards a sustainable environment

Taking place on Thursday 25 April, an exclusive one-hour webinar discussion will explore how businesses are reacting to the ‘climate turning point’ by scaling-up efforts to drastically reduce energy and resource use by turning targets and strategies from ambition into action.

The webinar will be available to watch, on-demand for those who register

The webinar will be available to watch, on-demand for those who register

The webinar – which will be held on Thursday April 25 between 10am and 11am – is sponsored by EDF Energy, and focuses on how sustainability professionals are reaching the next level in climate action, and reaching towards ambitious goals that accelerate change across sustainability policy.


In 2017, experts identified six key milestones – across energy, transport, land use, industry, infrastructure, and finance – that mankind must hit by 2020 in order to get a grip on global warming once and for all. They called this the ‘climate turning point’.

While positive progress has been made towards many of these milestones, action across the board remains broadly insufficient to reverse climate change and tackle key critical environmental and social sustainability issues. But all hope is not lost. In fact, there remains a huge, transformational opportunity for businesses to achieve a sustainable and profitable future, through a radical increase in ambition and relentless optimism.

This webinar, brought to you in association with EDF Energy, will hear from a selection of sustainability and energy leaders who are taking bold action to accelerate change in their organisations and beyond – with a specific focus on carbon reduction and achieving a circular economy.

Tideway’s head of sustainability Darren White has been confirmed as a speaker for this webinar, as has EDF Energy’s director of energy solutions Vincent de Rul. More speakers will be announced in due course.


Discussion points:

  • Radical carbon reduction for your buildings and operations
  • Advancing the circular economy
  • Embedding sustainability and social purpose throughout a business

The webinar will be free to watch live at 10am on Thursday 25 April, and will be available on-demand afterwards.

If you have any questions about how to scaling up renewable or resource strategies, please leave a comment below and we will do our best to ask them all during the Q&A section of this webinar.

edie staff