Environmental Sustainability Frameworks 101

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To Help, plan, Monitor and Improve environmental sustainability.

Bring your own lunch and come to the next event in the series by the new Chamber of Commerce Sustainable Business Initiative (SBI).

The SBI was launched by Chamber in September to help Guernsey businesses become more sustainable by providing useful information, nurturing a green business community and influencing policy.

Following on from the launch of the “Sustainability Champion” programme, this event will give those responsible for, or championing, environmental sustainability within an organisation an Environmental Sustainability 101 on the basic elements of environmental sustainability frameworks and aim to answer any questions you have on how to start on your environmental sustainability journey to achieve your objectives. Whether you are a SME or large organisation, there is a framework for everyone.

The session shall be run by Alex Herschel, Environmental Sustainability Manager at Guernsey Electricity. Alex is an environmental sustainability specialist and environmental and social systems auditor, with over 20 years’ experience advising governments, financial institutions and businesses on environmental matters including environmental risk management and ESG assurance. Her motto is ‘keep it simple!’.

Join us and learn about:

How an environmental sustainability framework can help an organisation to plan, monitor, improve and control environmental sustainability performance in a cohesive way.

Where to get started and what environmental sustainability frameworks are available – no matter how big or small your organisation is, there is an environmental sustainability framework for you!

The basic elements of an Environmental Sustainability Framework and Environmental Management System (EMS).

Quick wins and slow and steady approach case studies – how to translate environmental sustainability into business wins.

Free for Memebers

Non Members – £12.50


Please be advised there is no disabled access to the lower ground floor where the talk will be held.

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