Sustainability Forum - An Introduction to Carbon Footprinting
Type: Information and Policy
Date: Wednesday, 4 November 2020
Time: 10:00am - 11:00am
Available To: Members and Non Members
Member Price: FREE
Non-Member Price: FREE
This webinar is held in partnership with Loreus Ltd, a ‘spin-off’ company originally based at Nottingham Trent University. Loreus was founded by two leading environmental experts at the University and has grown to be an international, quality provider of environmental support.
This session will be delivered as an online webinar via the online platform "GoToWebinar"
Just sign up below and we will register your interest and forward the link to join the event. You will be provided with easy to follow information of what you need to do to access the webinar, should you have not used GoToWebinar before.
The session will also provide delegates with an opportunity to ask questions in real time on the day, these will be answered throughout the webinar at an appropriate time.
This webinar will provide businesses with an introduction to carbon foot printing, starting with an explanation of the key concepts before progressing onto the reasons why businesses should produce a footprint in 2020.
The presentation will also provide attendees with a guided approach to produce their own basic footprint quickly and easily. Finally there will be a discussion on some of the things that an organisation can do with the accrued data, including ways of making financial savings.
The session will be led by Khaled Belgasmi, Consultant at Loreus, covering the follow topic areas:
- What is a carbon footprint
- Why do a carbon footprint? (business drivers)
- How to do a carbon footprint
- Ideas for ways to reduce your footprint & associated costs
- Accreditation & certification of your footprint
- Next steps, building on the basics
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Please book your free place on the GotoWebinar platform by clicking HERE - this will allow you to add the detail to your electronic diary and will send event reminders.
If you have any queries on this please contact the Policy Team