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Collaborative Working and Sustainability

  • 21 Oct 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online

ICW and Element join forces to discuss the role of

Collaborative Working and Sustainability

Thursday 21st October 12:00-13:00

Join sustainability and collaboration experts from Element and the Institute of Collaborative Working to learn how to address climate change through collaboration.

COP 26 will be taking place in Glasgow, UK, in November. One of the four goals is:

Work together to deliver - We can only rise to the challenges of the climate crisis by working together.

Join sustainability and collaboration experts Andy Green and David Hawkins for a FREE live webinar at midday on Thursday October 21, 2021.


Why should I attend?

It is said that "no man or woman is an island". In a world where increasingly what we do relies on others, interdependency is the norm, so how can we solve environmental issues unless we work together.

The speakers will focus on the following:

  • Climate related risks which your business faces including legislation and market drivers
  • How collaboration will help you manage these risks
  • The support and benefit of collaboration in your sustainability goals
  • How to proactively engage your supply chain
  • Culture impact
  • Panel Q&A

Our Presenters:

Andy Green MICW is Head of Sustainable Solutions for Element Energy and Environment Europe with over 14 years' experience in the sustainability sector within certification. Andy has a lifelong interest in collaboration and sustainability, speaks at industry events and is a current member of the Institute of Collaborative Working including supporting on Special Interest Groups.

BM TRADA (part of the Element Group) is an Institute of Collaborative Working Validated Certification Body.

David Hawkins is Chief Operating Officer at the Institute for Collaborative Working. He was involved as a knowledge architect developer of the CRAFT methodology. The Institute is focused on knowledge transfer through a broad range of training and development offerings supported by academic research and a portfolio of thought leadership reports.

David is a visiting lecturer at the University of Warwick Business School, speaks regularly at conferences and has authored several technical publications and books.

Who the event is aimed at:

  • Sustainability Directors
  • Heads of Sustainability
  • Sustainability Managers
  • CSR Directors
  • Directors of Climate, Environment and Sustainability
  • Procurement Directors with a responsibility for sustainability

Curious about what these experts have to say about the solving climate change through collaboration?


We look forward to seeing ICW members who have a interest in sustainability as a prelude to COP 26.

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