Sustainability Leaders Forum Scotland, 27th March 2014

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Currently Scotland has the most ambitious climate change goals in the world, with the Climate Change (Scotland) Act setting targets of 42% emissions reduction by 2020 and 80% by 2050.

The 2nd Annual Sustainability Leaders Forum Scotland is a must-attend event for thought-leaders from the public and private sector looking to collaborate, share experiences and tackle the key issues on the road to Scotland becoming a low-carbon, sustainable nation.

Attend to:

  • Gain insight into what public and private sector are doing to deliver a sustainable low-carbon economy
  • Find out how to change internal behaviour and raise awareness amongst employees
  • Understand how to meet climate change objectives in a financially constrained environment
  • Hear a first-hand the challenges and opportunities of a more resource efficient and circular economy
  • Learn how to integrate sustainability into your decision making process to deliver a strong commercial return
  • Explore new approaches to get the board to buy-in the benefits of delivering a sustainable transport

Download the brochure for the Sustainability Leaders Forum Scotland

Expert speakers include:

         
Iain Gulland,
Director, Zero
Waste Scotland
Brendan Dick,
Director,
BT Scotland
Ross Martin,
Chief Executive,
Scottish Council for Development and Industry
 
Louise McDonald,
Vice Chair,
Scotland’s 2020 Climate Group
Brian Devlin,
Director of Environment,
Glasgow City Council

Venue

Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow
99 Gordon St,
Glasgow,
Glasgow City
G1 3SF

0141 240 3700

www.thegrandcentralhotel.co.uk

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