Please Join Us for this 60-minute Complimentary Panel Discussion The COVID-19 pandemic could be one of the most serious challenges faced by the financial services industry in nearly a century. The impact on the industry is already being felt in terms of changing consumer behavior, fall in demand, lower margins and business disruption. As per a recently conducted survey by Capgemini Research Institute, there is an expedited shift towards digital payments, increased digital channel adoption, heightened consumer interest in savings and safer investments in India.
Recycling is still seen by many as integral to a circular economy – but preventing waste from being created in the first place is essential if we are to build a new economic model.
Home Sustainable Seafood Week Sustainable Seafood Suppers Ever wanted to cook with Michelin star winning TV chefs and foodie influencers? Now is your chance! This week is one of celebration – of the seafood we all love, and how to enjoy it, while at the same time making sure there is plenty of fish in the sea today, tomorrow, and forever. We are bringing together an inspiring group of well-known British chefs and influencers to show you how simple cooking up sustainable seafood is.
Circular business models and greater material efficiency of products in the transport and built environment sectors could reduce emissions by 3.6 billion tonnes annually – putting the globe on course to meet the targets of the Paris Agreement.
This webinar will serve as a forum for discussion on the intersection between gender and sustainable buildings. We will discuss known research as well as data gaps, and explore how to mainstream gender considerations in the buildings space — including the Building Efficiency Accelerator (BEA) — moving forward. We will hear from experts on linkages between building efficiency and access to energy services and welcome the global community of sustainable buildings experts to join us in conversation on how to make linkages clearer and impact on gender equality more centered in our work.