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What does “sustainability leadership” look like in 2014 and how will that evolve as more organisations take a critical, long-term view of their growth strategies?

Taking place in just 2 weeks’ time on November 19th, the Sustainability Leaders Forum will address this question by bringing together ambitious professionals looking to move beyond environmental objectives, deliver transformational change in society and create more value within their organisation.

I would like to encourage you to attend and be inspired by an impressive line-up of c-level executives and sustainability leaders from a diverse range of leading organisations, including:

Lady Susan Rice CBE
Managing Director
Lloyds Banking Group Scotland

      Dr. Andy Wood OBE
Chief Executive Officer
Adnams
      Dr. Kumi Naidoo
Executive Director
Greenpeace International

         
John Steel
Chief Executive Officer
Cafédirect
  Nick Candler
Chief Operating Officer 
Pret A Manger




Josh Hardie
Corporate Responsibility Director
Tesco 
         
Dr. Sally Uren
Chief Executive 
Forum for the Future


  Jeff Seabright
Chief Sustainability Officer 
Unilever




Christèle Delbé
Head of Sustainability, Enterprise
Vodafone


         
David Picton
Chief Sustainability Officer
Carillion


  Vivienne King
Director of Business Operations 
The Crown Estate




Marcel Jacobs
Director Supplier Sustainability
Philips


         
Edward Butt
Vice President, Sustainability
Tate & Lyle


  Steve Waygood
Chief Responsible Investment Officer  
Aviva Investors




Joanna Yarrow
Head of Sustainability
IKEA UK


BOOK NOW to secure your place.  If you have any registration queries, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call +44 (0)1342 332016


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6 Great Reasons to Attend

  1. Re-visit your organisation's foundation and develop a more holistic approach to sustainability beyond environmental objectives
  2. Gain insight into what's working with natural capital accounting and approaches to valuing nature
  3. Discover how leading companies are building the Net Positive agenda to scale
  4. Explore five groundbreaking climate innovations at the Innovation Showcase led by Climate-KIC
  5. Maximise your networking opportunities through interactive breakout sessions, roundtable discussions and topic-led “hubs” during lunch
  6. Make the most of your time out of the office by combining your attendance with the http://news.fav-house.com/_act/link.php?mId=B918281583179279611412706373510&tId=183363019" target="_blank">Sustainability Leaders Awards taking place later that evening 
Read what previous attendees said.

We have just 1 space available for a thought-leading organisation wishing to showcase its solutions as a sponsor. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call +44 (0)1342 332062 to secure it.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Sustainability Leaders Forum in two weeks.

Kind regards,

Dominica Andrews
Conference Content Manager, Sustainable Business and edie.net

Organised by
edie.net | Sustainable Business

Sponsored by
URS

Carbon offsetting partner
ClimateCare

Supported by
forum for the future | Wrap | Knowledge Transfer Network | Global Sustain | Corporate Citizenship Briefing| My Green Directory | CSRwire | Climate-KIC

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