Webinar | NI Case studies on climate action: ABP Foodgroup
In the second of this webinar series, you’ll learn more about how the NI Climate Champion ABP Foodgroup is taking action on the climate emergency in its sector and be inspired to drive change in your own organisation.
07 Dec 2020
14:00 - 14:45
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Acting on the climate crisis is still high on the agenda. Businesses are, now more than ever, expected to play their part to keep the planet liveable. But it can feel overwhelming and difficult to know where to start.
In the second webinar of this inspirational series, Géraldine Noé, Head of Environment at Business in the Community NI will be joined by ABP Foodgroup – a BITC Climate Champion – and a climate expert, to understand how businesses in the agri-food sector can start on their climate journey and take practical action and collaborate to reduce their carbon footprint.
- How to mitigate the greatest impacts of this sector
- Collaborating across one’s supply chain to deliver long-lasting results
- Case study: ABP Foodgroup
- Next steps – How Business in the Community can support you on your climate action journey
This webinar series is part of the BITC Business Action on Climate campaign, aimed at challenging and supporting businesses to address the climate emergency. As part of the campaign BITC is asking businesses to sign the Climate Action Pledge, a public commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. To change everything we need everyone.
The webinar is suitable for anyone with environment or corporate responsibility aspects to their role, and senior staff members interested in learning more about how their organisation can take action to address to climate emergency. Members and non-members are welcome to attend.
If you have any questions you would like to raise in advance of the webinar, please contact email@example.com.
- George Mullan, MD Northern Ireland, ABP Food Group
- Dr Francis Lively: Senior Scientific Officer, AFBI
- Neville Graham: Head of Farmer Services, Dale Farm