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A new series of weekly webinars from the bank and WMG, running from 7 September to 5 October, will focus on sustainability within the UK manufacturing sector. Read on to find out how you can participate.
Last updated: 13 Sep 2021 3 min read
At a critical time for the manufacturing sector, this webinar series will provide education, inspiration and insights about the innovative, sustainable opportunities for the industry to understand its carbon footprint, its impact, and how to address it.
The insights gathered during these webinars will be used to develop a set of recommendations from a cross-section of the industry that can be taken forward to COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference, which is taking place in Glasgow in November.
Speakers will include senior leaders from some of the UK’s top manufacturers, academic institutions, innovative SMEs and government:
Further announcements on scheduled speakers will be available here.
Sign up below to hear from like-minded organisations and gather actionable insights to help you align profit to a zero-carbon agenda, and contribute to society through sustainable products and processes. You can also watch the introductory video here:
The UK manufacturing industry needs to change to combat climate change. Find out how moving to sustainable practices is good for business and can offer new opportunities.
To protect the future viability of supply chains, the sector needs to understand the Scope 3 emissions it is emitting and account for them. Find out how businesses are measuring and tracking their carbon footprint up and down the supply chain.
The pandemic has accelerated shifts in consumer behaviour, including a sharper focus on buying environmentally friendly products. Hear lessons from businesses designing sustainable products to give themselves a competitive edge in the new normal.
More efficient, lean processes drive sustainability but can also reduce costs. Find out how businesses are simultaneously driving carbon and cost out of manufacturing processes.
In a post-pandemic world, organisations are rethinking how they operate and preparing themselves for other potential systemic risks such as climate change. Find out how businesses are managing buildings, people and travel requirements in a more sustainable way.