Agenda

24-28 January 2022 | Sustainability Summit

  • Day 1 - Energy
  • Day 2 - Transportation
  • Day 3 - Procurement
  • Day 4 - Assets & Circularity
  • Day 5 - People

24 JANUARY – SUSTx ENERGY

The following years will be, according to BEIS, “a crucial decade” for both the policy and infrastructure foundations that must enable deep decarbonisation. 

What do businesses and organisations need to do now, and what will be required in the short and medium term to achieve the net-zero targets?

Let’s learn about the energy transition’s best strategies and ideas for UK’s businesses and organisations.

9:30 am
Decarbonisation and energy transition: Powering transformation - PANEL
  • Integrating decarbonisation in our corporate strategy. If not now, when?
  • Understanding where we are and where we must move to. Strategies on the road to net-zero
  • Collaborations &  partnerships: best practices and expertise for a radical transformation towards 2050

 

 

Mark Atherton
Mark Atherton
Director of Environment
Greater Manchester Combined Authority (Green City Region project)
Confirmed
Pernilla Bergmark
Pernilla Bergmark
Principal Researcher
Ericsson
Confirmed
Jane Dennett-Thorpe FEI
Jane Dennett-Thorpe FEI
Decarbonisation & Energy Transition Deputy Director
OFGEM
Confirmed
Andy Joynson
Andy Joynson
Group Supply Chain Director
Innocent Drinks
Confirmed
Sebastiaan Van Dort
Sebastiaan Van Dort
Associate Director and Head of Energy
BSI
Confirmed
10:30 am
Business as usual or should we move into new roads to achieve net zero? - PANEL
  • What to do first thing in the morning? Daily strategies, while moving to zero, that works for businesses of all sizes.
  • What to do about carbon-intensive activities:  a change of path
  • Energy efficiency: making decarbonisation work
Inga Jirgensone
Inga Jirgensone
Group Head of Business Development
Energy Saving Trust
Confirmed
Emma Piercy
Emma Piercy
Head of Climate Change & Energy Policy
Food and Drink Federation
Confirmed
Andrew Sissons
Andrew Sissons
Deputy Director
Nesta
Confirmed
Allan Wickham
Allan Wickham
Group Head of Property Specialist Services- leading Group’s Climate Operational Footprint Programme
NatWest
Confirmed
11:30 am
Fireside Chat

Three thought leaders and business experts discuss,  in an open conversation, the current state of all things sustainability and its impact on businesses’ and organisations’  efforts and strategies. An engaging format, with flowing ideas and vast expertise to close the afternoon session.

Duncan Burt
Duncan Burt
Chief Sustainability Officer and Director for COP26
National Grid Group
Confirmed
Ruth Herbert
Ruth Herbert
Chief Executive
Carbon Capture and Storage Association
Confirmed
Professor John Loughhead CB OBE
Professor John Loughhead CB OBE
Chair
Net Zero RISE Steering Committee
Confirmed
12:15 pm
Lunch and Networking Break
1:15 pm
A view beyond the gloom and doom: The great opportunities of decarbonisation and energy transition - PANEL
  • How to achieve the  Sixth Carbon Budget: an optimistic approach
  • Profit from Renewable Energy: making money while being good
  • New business opportunities: new models, marketing and clients and customers
Naomi Baker
Naomi Baker
Senior Policy Manager Net Zero
Energy UK
Confirmed
Michael Wayne Bexton
Michael Wayne Bexton
Director of Carbon Reduction, Energy and Sustainability
Nottingham City Council
Confirmed
Caroline Bragg
Caroline Bragg
Head of Policy
Association for Decentralised Energy
Confirmed
Madeleine Gabriel
Madeleine Gabriel
Mission Director,A Sustainable Future mission
Nesta
Confirmed
Lucy Yu
Lucy Yu
CEO
Centre for Net Zero
Confirmed
2:15 pm
Storytelling Sessions

Two stories, 15 minutes each, no slides.
In our Storytelling sessions, two speakers will tell stories that help illustrate or enhance today’s topic.
They reflect the authentic experience of an individual, a successful case study from a team within the company or a collaboration between companies, told like a traditional story.

An engaging and relatable format to get the best knowledge and practices to the SUSTx Stage.

Mili Fomicov: Clean Energy Investing

Mili Fomicov
Mili Fomicov
Researcher and Academic Director
Imperial College London
Confirmed
Luke Howell
Luke Howell
Founder & Director
Hope Solutions
Confirmed
2:45 pm
Innovative solutions, energy ground-breaking initiatives for more sustainable businesses -PANEL
  • Are new technologies the main enabler for energy transformation? What to do about the uncertainty around new technology
  • How to fund the future of energy
  • Innovation in the UK: the energy portfolio
Randolph Brazier
Randolph Brazier
Director of Innovation & Electricity Systems
Energy Networks Association
Confirmed
Dr Bryony Livesey
Dr Bryony Livesey
Director – Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge
UKRI
Confirmed
Philip Steele
Philip Steele
Future Technologies Evangelist
Octopus Energy
Confirmed
3:45 pm
Fireside Chat

Three thought leaders and business experts discuss,  in an open conversation, the current state of all things sustainability and its impact on businesses’ and organisations’  efforts and strategies. An engaging format, with flowing ideas and vast expertise to close the afternoon session.

Stuart R Broadley
Stuart R Broadley
CEO
Energy Industries Council
Confirmed
Alice Hill
Alice Hill
Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment/ Special Assistant to President Obama and Senior Director at the National Security Council
Council on Foreign Relations
Confirmed
Richard Tipper FRSA
Richard Tipper FRSA
Chairman
Ecometrica  
Confirmed

25 JANUARY – SUSTx TRANSPORTATION

Transport accounts for about 64% of global oil consumption, 27% of all energy use, and 23% of the world’s energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. It is expected 3x more passenger movement by 2050. With the 2021 Transport decarbonisation plan measures, the post-COVID changed world in the way we travel and transport goods, and innovation and technologies in the forefront: are we in the right lane on the road to zero?
From public transport to commercial and logistics, we’ll hear from experts and business leaders’ insights on how we are doing, what needs to change, and the transportation sector’s future.

9:00 am
Sustainable transportation. Are we there yet? - PANEL
  • Collaborative efforts from private and public sectors. Implementing big ideas to business life
  • How to address the behavioural and technological changes: micromobility, usership, WFH, EV…
  • National strategies and how the policy makers are supporting the transformation to a sustainable transportation system
Jennifer Babington
Jennifer Babington
Operations Director and General Counsel
Envision Virgin Racing Formula E Team
Confirmed
Phil Killingley
Phil Killingley
Deputy Head
Office for Zero Emission Vehicles
Confirmed
Ben Nelmes
Ben Nelmes
Head of Policy
New Automotive
Confirmed
Kevin Richardson
Kevin Richardson
Chief Executive
Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport UK
Confirmed
10:00 am
Supporting ESG through smart tailored bus services
  • Better commuting options for employees, supporting improved recruitment, retention and ESG goals

If you are a business looking for practical guidance to become more sustainable, look no further: A 30 minutes session full of practical outcomes and advice from the financial implications of the energy transition to the best strategies and ideas with real-life case studies.

For more information on how to sponsor this thought-leadership session please click here to contact the team.

Ben Bhattal
Ben Bhattal
Business Development Director
Zeelo
Confirmed
Barak Sas
Barak Sas
Head of Corporate Development
Zeelo
Confirmed
10:30 am
Are sustainability and net zero a U-turn for our fleets? -PANEL
  • Best strategies towards a sustainable and efficient fleet management
  • ZEVs as a challenge. Where are we and where we should be to help reach the targets and make UK’s fleets sustainable and profitable
  • Stakeholder engagement: how a sustainable approach to fleet management is a corporate opportunity
Tim Anderson
Tim Anderson
Group Head of Transport
Energy Saving Trust
Confirmed
Tammy Carter
Tammy Carter
Deputy Director - Fleet
Crown Commercial Service
Confirmed
Justin Laney
Justin Laney
General Manager, Central Transport
John Lewis Partnership
Confirmed
Thomas McLennan
Thomas McLennan
Head of Policy and Public Affairs
BVRLA
Confirmed
11:30 am
Fireside Chat

Two thought leaders and business experts discuss,  in an open conversation, the current state of all things sustainability and its impact on businesses’ and organisations’  efforts and strategies. An engaging format, with flowing ideas and vast expertise to close the morning session.

Mili Fomicov
Mili Fomicov
Researcher and Academic Director
Imperial College London
Confirmed
Joe Little
Joe Little
Chief Global Strategist
HSBC
Confirmed
Rain Newton-Smith
Rain Newton-Smith
Chief Economist
CBI (Confederation of British Industry)
Confirmed
12:15 pm
Lunch and Networking Break
1:15 pm
Putting people first. Sustainable personal transport -PANEL
  • Why we need a national strategy: Collaboration between administrations and private sector towards a new UK personal transport system
  • How new models of sustainable personal transport can transform  and improve cities and businesses
  • Sustainable planning and public transportation operations: a joint journey
Mark Anderson
Mark Anderson
Customer Director
Go Ahead
Confirmed
Peter Cole
Peter Cole
Principal Environmental and Sustainability Officer
Transport for the North
Confirmed
Peter Stephens
Peter Stephens
Policy & External Affairs Director
Stagecoach Bus
Confirmed
2:15 pm
Storytelling Sessions

Two stories, 15 minutes each, no slides.
In our Storytelling sessions, two speakers will tell stories that help illustrate or enhance today’s topic.
They reflect the authentic experience of an individual, a successful case study from a team within the company or a collaboration between companies, told like a traditional story. An engaging and relatable format to get the best knowledge and practices to the SUSTx Stage

Jennifer Babington
Jennifer Babington
Operations Director and General Counsel
Envision Virgin Racing Formula E Team
Confirmed
2:45 pm
Delivering green logistics: how the industry leaders are moving forward -PANEL
  • Is the logistics industry facing its biggest transformation?
  • How does the logistics industry currently impact the road to net-zero and how to get it right
  • Holistic strategies: a full sustainable logistics cycle
Clare Bottle FCILT
Clare Bottle FCILT
Chief Executive
United Kingdom Warehousing Association
Confirmed
Shane Brennan
Shane Brennan
CEO
Cold Chain Federation
Confirmed
Michael Lynch
Michael Lynch
Climate Solutions Lead – Own Operations
NatWest
Confirmed
3:45 pm
Innovative solutions, transportation groundbreaking initatives for sustainable businesses -PANEL
  • Predictions that we can REALLY make about the future of transportation
  • 15 minutes city models: How business can grow with hyper proximity and other urban planning solutions
  • How to maximise value from technology investment
  • Digital technologies: Sustainability performance data and analysis, IoT,  Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), electrification…
Christina Calderato
Christina Calderato
Head of Transport Strategy and Planning
Transport for London
Confirmed
David Debney
David Debney
Chief engineer – FlyZero project
Aerospace Technology Institute
Confirmed
Matt Pumfrey
Matt Pumfrey
CEO
Innovation Gateway
Confirmed
David Tozer
David Tozer
Head of Land and Maritime Transport
Innovate UK
Confirmed
4:45 pm
Closing Remarks

26 JANUARY – SUSTx PROCUREMENT

According to CDP, Supply chain emissions are on average 11.4 times higher than operational emissions. How can we reduce this? What about all the other sustainability-related factors for the procurement and supply chain full cycle?  

9:00 am
Strategic visions to achieve a sustainable supply chain -PANEL
  • Is Procurement’s ambition for Sustainability ambitious enough?
  • Strategies to embed Sustainability to the core of our procurement team’s and our supplier’s decision making?
  • Which Sustainability practices will drive true impact ‘on environmental’?
  • Which Sustainability practices will drive true impact ‘on economic, social and governance?
Maria Madrid
Maria Madrid
Vice President Strategic Sourcing EMEA
Radisson Hotel Group
Confirmed
Jim Ridgwick
Jim Ridgwick
Global Head of Procurement
Save the Children
Confirmed
Anna Spinelli
Anna Spinelli
Chief Procurement Officer
DHL Deutsche Post
Confirmed
Thomas Udesen
Thomas Udesen
Chief Procurement Officer
Bayer
Confirmed
10:00 am
From intent to impact: How procurement teams are reducing scope 3 emissions
  • Framework for reducing supplier greenhouse gas emissions
  • Real-world examples from teams leading the way
  • Demonstrating a return on investment on decarbonisation programmes

For more information on how to sponsor our thought-leadership sessions please click here to contact the team.

Søren Busk
Søren Busk
Vice President
VELUX
Confirmed
David Rae
David Rae
Chief Product Officer
Procurement Leaders
Confirmed
10:30 am
The procurement and purchasing processes as agent of change: Taking bold steps towards a sustainable SC &P -PANEL
  • How to consider the impact of environmental and social factors along with the classic financial purchasing factors?
  • Sustainable procurement as a key to  future-proof our organisation long term targets and strategies
  • Educating the supply chain: How to engage and influence our suppliers
Andrew Griffiths
Andrew Griffiths
Head of Sustainable Procurement
Diageo
Confirmed
Sophie Charman-Blower
Sophie Charman-Blower
Head of Procurement
Royal Opera House
Confirmed
Claire Costello
Claire Costello
Chief Procurement Officer
Co-op
Confirmed
11:30 am
Fireside Chat

Two thought leaders and business experts discuss,  in an open conversation, the current state of all things sustainability and its impact on businesses’ and organisations’  efforts and strategies. An engaging format, with flowing ideas and vast expertise to close the morning session.

Sonya Bhonsle
Sonya Bhonsle
Global Head of Value Chains & Regional Director Corporations
CDP
Confirmed
Ralf Peters
Ralf Peters
Chairman of CEPG, the global Procurement consortium
CocaCola
Confirmed
12:15 pm
Lunch & Networking Break
1:45 pm
 Save Water, Save Energy successes – reducing Greenhouse Gas emissions to go Net Zero and beyond

Water Plus, the largest water retailer in the UK and 2021 Green Apple Environment Award winner, outlines how to cut carbon emissions with water, whether you’re in the public sector or private sector, sharing examples of success by organisations.

Barry McGovaney
Barry McGovaney
Sustainability Lead and Innovation and Technology Manager
Water Plus
Confirmed
2:15 pm
Sustainable holistic sourcing -PANEL
  • The costs and opportunities for sustainability of a global supply chain
  • Spreading our sustainability goals and targets down the chain. Transparency and accountability
  • Reputation and brand awareness: Sustainable sourcing building trust with consumers
Liz Bowles
Liz Bowles
Associate Director Farming and Land Use
Soil Association
Confirmed
Juliane Caillouette-Noble
Juliane Caillouette-Noble
Managing Director
Sustainable Restaurant Association
Confirmed
Nina Prichard
Nina Prichard
Head of Sustainable and Ethical Sourcing
McDonald's
Confirmed
3:15 pm
Managing Packaging Sustainability Everyday

Sharing how a technology solution called ‘e-halo’ provides clear and transparent structural packaging and sustainability data to allow you to optimise packaging, manage compliance and tax liabilities whilst reducing your environmental impact.  

Today, more than ever before, global retailers and brands need to assess their packaging requirements on a macro and micro level to survive and thrive the seismic shifts in paradigm across global supply chains, international and national politics, legislation, retailing and consumer expectations.

Gillian Garside-Wight
Gillian Garside-Wight
Sustainability Partner
Sun Strategy
Confirmed
3:45 pm
Utilising innovation for a smarter, more competitive, resilient and sustainable Supply Chain & Procurement -PANEL
  • Innovations on supply chain management: new business models and disruptive ideas from and for the private and public sectors
  • How AI, IoT, big data advanced analytics and other technologies are helping us to make making smarter, and more transparent and sustainable decisions
  • Innovative designs for the whole supply chain cycle

 

John Higgins CBE
John Higgins CBE
President
BCS
Confirmed
Sarah Middlemiss
Sarah Middlemiss
Chief Operating Officer and Head of Space
Ecometrica
Confirmed
Gillian Garside-Wight
Gillian Garside-Wight
Sustainability Partner
Sun Strategy
Confirmed
4:45 pm
Closing Remarks

27 JANUARY – SUSTx ASSETS & CIRCULARITY

Today we’ll focus on two different topics, both continuously present in our lives. In the morning we’ll talk about property, infrastructure, and estates, from where do we live, to where we drive our cars to where and how we work. After lunch we’ll move to talk about circular economy: We’ll discuss and learn how to keep resources in use as long as possible, extracting maximum value from them, minimizing waste and promoting resource efficiency (CEP).

10:00 am
Green construction: transforming the way UK build, maintain and transform estates and facilities -PANEL
  • Regulations and compliance: creating a building passport
  • How the new normal world is changing the construction and facilities industry
  • Build Greener: collaboration across stakeholders from birth to decommission.
Ivan Benitez
Ivan Benitez
Director
Mitie
Confirmed
Stephen Thomson
Stephen Thomson
Head of Sustainability for Co-op Property
Co-op
Confirmed
Lara Young
Lara Young
Climate Change Director
Costain
Confirmed
11:00 am
Sustainable practices in Facilities management: what to do NOW
  • Facilities managers on the frontline of our organisations’ sustainability journey
  • How to manage existing buildings and estates
  • Creating a sustainability policy: education, design and operations. From the big picture to the day to day basis.
Sekhar Chakraborty
Sekhar Chakraborty
Market Development Manager
ABB
Confirmed
11:30 am
Fireside Chat

Two thought leaders and business experts discuss,  in an open conversation, the current state of all things sustainability and its impact on businesses’ and organisations’  efforts and strategies. An engaging format, with flowing ideas and vast expertise to close the morning session.

Victoria Hills MRTPI FICE
Victoria Hills MRTPI FICE
Chief Executive
Royal Town Planning Institute
Confirmed
Gary Clark RIBA, BREEAM, LEED AP
Gary Clark RIBA, BREEAM, LEED AP
Regional Leader of Science + Technology / Chair of the Sustainable Futures Group
HOK /Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
Confirmed
12:15 am
Lunch & Networking Break
2:15 pm
Storytelling Sessions

Two stories, 15 minutes each, no slides.
In our Storytelling sessions, two speakers will tell stories that help illustrate or enhance today’s topic.
They reflect the authentic experience of an individual, a successful case study from a team within the company or a collaboration between companies, told like a traditional story. An engaging and relatable format to get the best knowledge and practices to the SUSTx Stage.

Trina Chakravarti
Trina Chakravarti
Project Director - Building Better
National Housing Federation
Confirmed
Chris Trott
Chris Trott
Partner - Head of Sustainability
Foster & Partners
Confirmed
2:45 pm
Circular economy: Re-design, Re-use, Re-cycle -PANEL
  • How to establish a long-term plan for life: from design to recycle
  • Building new circular systems with other value chain actors; collaboration and engagement 
  • How moving to a circular economy  is already adding value to the UK and how the best is yet to come  (net gain Gross Value Added of £9.1bn and  517,000 jobs by 2030)

 

Prof. Martin Charter
Prof. Martin Charter
Director
The Centre for Sustainable Design at University for the Creative Arts
Confirmed
Owain Griffiths
Owain Griffiths
Head of Circular Economy
Volvo Cars
Confirmed
Emma McKenna
Emma McKenna
Head of Net Zero
KTN
Confirmed
3:45 pm
Circularity innovation -PANEL
  • Creating new business models and recycling old ones
  • How tech is helping to enable a more circular economy
  • Development of future programmes
  • Innovating from designs and new material to re-using and disposal tools
Alex Bardell
Alex Bardell
Chair Green IT specialist group
BCS The Chartered Institute for IT
Confirmed
George Cook
George Cook
Honorary Chief Executive
Computers 4 Charity
Confirmed
Amy Elliott Peace
Amy Elliott Peace
Innovation Lead - Circular Economy
Innovate UK
Confirmed
5:15 pm
Closing remarks

28 JANUARY – SUSTx PEOPLE

93% of CEOs see sustainability as critical to their company’s future success. But are they moving in that direction in the right way? How are customers changing the way they buy or use services, and how the companies can use sustainability to achieve new revenues, gain reputation, and become a “better” organisation? Let’s hear from today’s experts on the final day of SUSTx 22.

9:00 am
How to demonstrate sustainability leadership and change our organisations' culture -PANEL
  • Purpose-driven strategies for our sustainability journey
  •  Integration of the sustainability strategies within the organisation: The need for internal and external collaboration.
  • How to build a robust sustainability culture, stakeholders’ engagement from leadership
Rachael Everard
Rachael Everard
Head of Sustainability
Rolls-Royce
Confirmed
Judith Everett
Judith Everett
Executive Director, Purpose, Sustainability and Stakeholder
The Crown Estate
Confirmed
Sarah Mukherjee MBE
Sarah Mukherjee MBE
CEO
Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment (IEMA)
Confirmed
Marleen Oberheid
Marleen Oberheid
ESG Solutions Engineer
OneTrust
Confirmed
Jemma Waters
Jemma Waters
Head of Responsible Transformation
Lloyds Banking Group
Confirmed
10:00 am
The Say Do Session: putting sustainability at the heart of our customer proposition

Sustainability and profitability are not mutually exclusive. Damien Field from The Say Do Company will outline how companies stand to profit from putting the customer at the heart of their sustainability strategy. He will also share the steps companies should take to seize this opportunity.

If you are a business looking for practical guidance to become more sustainable, look no further: A 30 minutes session full of practical outcomes

Damien Field
Damien Field
Co-Founder
The Say Do Company
Confirmed
10:30 am
Reshaping our organisations: moving forward, moving greener -PANEL
  • What to do when we start our journey: involving stakeholders on day to day sustainable efforts
  • Understanding the organisational change challenges, barriers, and opportunities
  • Achieving successful organisations: doing well by doing good

 

Alice Bordini Staden
Alice Bordini Staden
Investment Committee Member
National Trust
Confirmed
Alison Phillips
Alison Phillips
Co-Founder
The Say Do Company
Confirmed
Adam Woodhall
Adam Woodhall
CEO
Lawyers for Net Zero
Confirmed
11:30 am
Fireside Chat

Two thought leaders and business experts discuss,  in an open conversation, the current state of all things sustainability and its impact on businesses’ and organisations’  efforts and strategies. An engaging format, with flowing ideas and vast expertise to close the morning session.

David Hayman
David Hayman
Campaign Director
Make my Money Matter
Confirmed
Ben Kellard
Ben Kellard
Director of Business Strategy
Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
Confirmed
Amanda Mackenzie OBE
Amanda Mackenzie OBE
Chief Executive
Business in the Community
Confirmed
12:15 pm
Lunch and Networking Break
1:15 pm
What are the challenges and opportunities for the workforce on low carbon and more sustainable organisations? -PANEL
  • How the current workforce can become more sustainable: Training and re-skilling
  • Creating jobs that don’t exist now. Where are we going?
  • The role of our sustainability credentials and culture on attracting and retaining talent
John Booth
John Booth
Vice Chair Green IT
BCS The Chartered Institute for IT
Confirmed
Gudrun Cartwright
Gudrun Cartwright
Climate Action Director
Business in the Community
Confirmed
Professor Joe Howe
Professor Joe Howe
Executive Director
Thornton Energy Institute at the University of Chester.
Confirmed
Ellie Shaw
Ellie Shaw
Head of Employee Research
Ipsos MORI
Confirmed
Frank Swinton
Frank Swinton
Climate Lead
NHS West Yorkshire & Harrogate
Confirmed
2:15 pm
Storytelling sessions

Two stories, 15 minutes each, no slides.
In our Storytelling sessions, two speakers will tell stories that help illustrate or enhance today’s topic.

  • Clare Jenkinson: How COVID had shaped sustainability in travel and tourism
  • Cecilia Parker-Aranha: The story behind the Green Claims Code
Clare Jenkinson
Clare Jenkinson
Head of Sustainability
ABTA
Confirmed
Cecilia Parker-Aranha
Cecilia Parker-Aranha
Director – Consumer Group
Competition and Markets Authority
Confirmed
2:45 pm
How to tell your sustainable story right. Sustainability comms and marketing -PANEL
  • Sustainability messaging; how to tell different audiences what are we doing right.
  • The G-word. Avoiding greenwashing and mitigating reputational risks
  • Sustainability messaging in house. How to engage everyone in our organisations’ sustainability journey through comms
Gemma Butler
Gemma Butler
Marketing Director
Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)
Confirmed
Ben Clifton
Ben Clifton
Head of Communications
The Crown Estate
Confirmed
Karen Fraser MBE
Karen Fraser MBE
Senior Director, Consumer & Brands
Ipsos MORI
Confirmed
Cecilia Parker-Aranha
Cecilia Parker-Aranha
Director – Consumer Group
Competition and Markets Authority
Confirmed
3:45 pm
Making sustainability-focused choices: how consumers, citizens and clients are changing business and organisations -PANEL
  • Aligning  our companies with consumers’ values
  • Engaging and influencing: a two-way street
  • How changes in consumer attitudes and perception are creating a positive impact
Jess Attard
Jess Attard
Head of Food and Health
ShareAction
Confirmed
Dr Pippa Bailey
Dr Pippa Bailey
Head of Climate Change & Sustainability Practice
Ipsos MORI
Confirmed
Damien Field
Damien Field
Co-Founder
The Say Do Company
Confirmed
Ian Wright
Ian Wright
Head of innovation and partnerships
Transport Focus
Confirmed
4:45 pm
Fireside Chat

Three thought leaders and business experts discuss,  in an open conversation, the current state of all things sustainability and its impact on businesses’ and organisations’  efforts and strategies. An engaging format, with flowing ideas and vast expertise to close the day.

Charlotte Bonner
Charlotte Bonner
National Head of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)
Education and Training Foundation
Confirmed
Jason Longhurst
Jason Longhurst
Chairman and Chief Executive
UK Business Council for Sustainable Development
Confirmed
Ben Page
Ben Page
Global Chief Executive Officer
Ipsos
Confirmed
5:15 pm
Closing remarks