Other Events & Webinars

Other Events & Webinars

This page features a selection of climate-related events and webinars that are being offered by Chapter Zero’s supporters.
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Webinar: Business Breakfast with Greg Jackson, Founder & CEO, Octopus Energy

Part of the Net Zero Sessions
Wednesday, June 3 | 8:30 AM- 9:30 AM (webinar)
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A fireside chat with Greg on Octopus Energy’s journey, their approach to customer engagement and customer service and how they’ve responded to the Covid-19 crisis, followed by roundtable discussions.

Webinar: EU Green deal

Organised by Norton Rose Fulbright
Wednesday, June 3 | 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM BST (webinar)
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The imperative to transition to a low carbon economy whilst promoting growth and economic recovery has never been stronger. The EU Green Deal will play a vital role in delivering these objectives in Europe. In this context, we consider key components of the EU Green Deal, the mechanisms proposed to finance the transition and how the deal will support innovation.

Webinar: Nature on the Board Agenda - Practical actions for boards

Organised by Deloitte
Thursday, June 4 | 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM BST (webinar)
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With increasing recognition of the complex, interdependent nature between business and nature – economy and ecology – governments and standard setters around the world are developing a clearer point of view about this challenge, as it becomes more urgent to take action on ecosystem disruption and reductions in global biomass.

We will be joined by Mardi McBrien, Managing Director of the Climate Disclosure Standards Board, Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta, Chair of the independent global review on the economics of biodiversity, and Sir Roger Gifford, Chair of the Green Finance Institute, and to discuss why ‘nature’ should feature on the board agenda and the practical actions this presents for boards and executive teams. We will also explore the role of finance in moving to a climate resilient economy, whilst enhancing nature considerations into the financial system.

Webinar: Building back better: ensuring a green and just recovery

Organised by Green Alliance
Thursday, June 4 | 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM (webinar)
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This event will interrogate how to ensure that the recovery from Covid-19 has the environment and social justice at its heart. The speakers will be Mary Robinson, former president of Ireland and chair of the Elders, and Lord Nicholas Stern, chair of the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics.There is a great deal of rhetorical support for the concept of ‘building back better’, but how can we ensure that we really do get the right sort of recovery this time?
This is the latest in a series of online events Green Alliance is hosting to discuss the impact of the current health crisis on the environment.

Webinar: Net-Zero: The Art of the Possible

Organised Property Week and the UK Green Building Council
Tuesday, June 9 | 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM (webinar)
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The online event comprises a mix of engaging platforms including:
• PechaKucha presentation delivered by Peter Fisher, director at Bennett Associates. Peter is currently responsible for 25 Lavington, a net zero carbon workplace development in Southwark
• A Ted-style talk presentation by Basil Demeroutis, managing partner, FORE Partnership
• An expert ‘Question Time’ style panel discussion covering the topics: ‘What’s next for Net-Zero carbon?’ and ‘What are the challenges and opportunities?’

Webinar: Balancing Profit & Purpose in Global Crisis

Part of the Net Zero Sessions
Tuesday, June 16 | 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM (webinar)
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This session will look at how the role of business in society is being redefined; how as companies pivot and adapt in uncertain times, it might be possible to keep sustainability at the heart of operations; and as we begin to rebuild the economy, how can we do so in a way that’s green?


  • Phil Haughton, Founder, Better Food
  • Vicky Murray, Sustainability Manager, Pukka Herbs
  • Kate Sandle, Director of Programmes & Engagement, B Lab UK
  • Moderated by Nick Sturge MBE, Chairman, NED & Strategy Advisor

Webinar: Setting a science-based target

Organised by EcoAct and CDP
Thursday, June 18 | 2:00 PM BST (webinar)
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Making a commitment to the Science Based Target initiative (SBTi) and establishing a science-based target (SBT) is an essential part of every organisation’s climate action toolbox. As with any emissions reduction targets, achieving it will be dependent on a wide variety of possible business initiatives, the changing political and social landscape, and a certain amount of financial investment.

During this webinar we will discuss how to set an SBT including the tools to help you do it, and demonstrate how to map, track and realise emissions reductions so you can be confident of the targets set and how to reach them.

The expert speakers for the session are:

• Laurie Edwards: Senior Consultant, EcoAct
• Lea Fink: Regional Lead, Commit to Action, CDP Europe

Webinar: Feeding the Nation: Sustainable Retail Challenges

Part of the Net Zero Sessions
Tuesday, June 30 | 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM (webinar)
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A two-hander with Richard Walker, Managing Director, Iceland Foods, and Blandine Surry, General Manager, Loop Europe on their approach to sustainability and innovation in food retail.

Hear how family business Iceland has stepped up to the challenge of tackling plastic pollution, and what their commitment to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals means in practice. Blandine will share the story of new e-commerce shopping platform Loop, launching with Tesco this year, which aims to redefine our relationship with packaging and eliminate the idea of waste.

Webinar: New Renewable Technology: New technologies explained in detail including technical and financial risks and solutions

Organised by the Energy Transition Club
Monday, Oct 12 (webinar)
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New technologies explained in detail including technical and financial risks and solutions.

Webinar: Energy efficiency

Organised by the Energy Transition Club
Wednesday, Dec 16 (webinar)
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Financing energy efficiency – challenges and opportunities.

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