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“Because we have been working on environmental issues for some time I was surprised at how much useful practical information was new to me which I can now apply within my organization.”
Sheila Daly, University of Portsmouth
Getting staff buy-in to environmental improvements or an EMS is much easier if you base your approach carefully around the organisational culture. Do you recognise this scenario? You are responsible for your organisation’s environmental management system or action plan. You’ve got a top notch system, but for some reason not everyone in the organisation shares […]
The Sustainable Business Partnership CIC was asked by a global technology company with a strong commitment to environmental sustainability to help get their employees on board with their ISO:14001 EMS and delivering their environmental Key Performance Indicators. We held two hour long workshops for staff that began with an introduction from a volunteer from the […]
From biomass boilers to bat boxes, businesses across the Gatwick Diamond are incorporating environmental best practice into their day-to-day operations.
Brighton & Hove third sector organisations gathered to learn more about increasing energy efficiency in their businesses.
Delegates arrived by foot, bike, train and electric car to learn about sustainable travel in Crawley.
The popular series of Sustainable Business Breakfasts continued this October morning in Uckfield, with Duncan Baker-Brown from BBM Sustainable Design and Steven Green from Ringmer College speaking about sustainable buildings.
This month: R&D tax credits; Autumn events programme; Arundel Museum case study; CCL changes; Grant schemes; What’s warming the world?
Delegates gathered at Civic Hall in Crawley to hear from local business case study Affinity Sutton and learn about organic roofs and rainwater harvesting.
Rainwater harvesting, solar PV, innovative engagement campaigns, edible event displays… there are some fantastic examples of environmental best practice being implemented by Gatwick Diamond businesses.
This month; Community centre energy and water savings; Thermal imaging and LED lighting at upcoming Crawley breakfast, Subsidised environmental management course; Environment and climate change business forum; Carbon pollution – scarier sounding?