This Action Lab event will take place on Wednesday, 14 March 2018 from 18:30 to 21:00 (GMT) at the St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace, 78 Bishopsgate, London, United Kingdom.
At this event you will find like-minded sustainability professionals taking part in an action-packed evening of meaningful conversations, idea generation and professional skill building. In true form for The Action Lab, expect immersive learning and speed networking through thought-provoking activities and valuable dialogue. All this at our awesome venue – The Bedouin Tent, in the heart of the city with drinks and canapes included in your ticket price.
What you will learn
Driven by value and purpose, everyone working to achieve a more sustainable world wonders where they can personally make the biggest impact. This issue is considered from four perspectives: corporate, government, nonprofit and science The event will also explore:
- How external geopolitical factors are helping or hindering our ability to be changemakers.
- The success factors behind our biggest personal breakthroughs and achievements
- Priorities for collectively driving change in these turbulent times
Who should attend
This event is for senior sustainability professionals working in the private, public and charitable sectors. Professionals who have chosen to spend their career building a greener and more equitable world.
Attendees tend to come from a diverse range of organizations and companies; and specialize in many topics including corporate supply chains, resource efficiency, transport, housing, water, energy, food, farming, conservation, sustainability communications, research, policy, and campaigning.
Places are limited to 30 people and booking is essential to secure your place.
Click here to register.