The Low Carbon Economy of the Future
A low-carbon economy can be defined as one in which businesses are able to deliver their products and services in a way that generates minimal levels of greenhouse gas emissions. With international pressure mounting to take stronger action on climate change, governments will increasingly be called upon to drive low-carbon economic models through regulation and consumers and customers will increasingly be looking for low-carbon alternatives.
- But what does this mean in practice?
- How can companies across all sectors develop their own, unique low-carbon strategies?
We will be hosting a free webinar on the 20th November to present insights from our upcoming thought leadership paper entitled, “The Low Carbon Company: Resilient strategies for the low carbon economy.”
We will explore how leading companies are already adopting low-carbon strategies in recognition of the growing constraints on carbon. We will also consider the hallmarks of low-carbon strategies and what steps companies can take to move forward on the low-carbon journey.
Join us for this timely and informative session, as we explore what it means to be a low-carbon company in the low-carbon economy of the future.
Date: Thursday 20th November
Register for the first session here – 9 AM GMT / 10 AM CET / 5 PM SGT
Register for the second session here – 9am PT /12 Noon ET / 5 PM GMT
If you have any questions please contact us.