Clean Growth for Business event recordings

Below are the links to watch the recording from all the Clean Growth for Business events. Please contact  Julia Corfield on [email protected] if you would like any further information on these past events.

 

 

Why you, why now?

Hear from Pete Joyner, Chair of the New Anglia ELP Clean Growth Task Force, Professor Frances Bowen, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Social Sciences from the University of East Anglia, Will Bridgman, Chairman of Warren Services and Sadie Lofthouse, Director of Culture and Performance at Adnams, to find our why your business should be taking action and how you can get started. 

Energy for your business: How to make changes to improve efficiency and cut your carbon footprint. 

Find out about the changes you can make to improve energy efficiency in your business.

From the first steps measuring and auditing your energy use to practical changes and longer term investments.

This event is part of the West Suffolk Business Festival and our Clean Growth for Business programme.

What’s the impact of your digital footprint?

What is digital sustainability? And why should your business take action?

Hear from Rita Matias from Footprint Digital to find out more about how to digitally declutter your business.

From websites and emails to video calls and cloud storage, learn more about the environmental impact of digital and changes you can make.

Delivering Greener Events 

Find out how to make your events, conferences and festivals more sustainable – from recycling and waste to transport, noise and catering. 
Guest speakers: Jess Brown, organiser of the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival; Genevieve Christie, Director of the First Light Festival in Lowestoft, and Jenny Cousins, Director of the Museum of East Anglian Life.    

Travel and Transport

Join us to learn about the simple changes you can make to move towards greener travel for your business.

Find out how and why you should map travel habits for your staff and suppliers and get simple tips to help people change the way they travel to and for work.

Guest speaker Jeremy Wiggin, Norfolk County Council, Sharon Payne, Suffolk County Council and Esme Yuill, Transport East.

Join Tom Abel from UK water retailer Business Stream to find out how your business can reduce its water use and about the important role water efficiency can play in reducing your overall carbon use.

The session covers the benefits of water efficiency and the practical and simple steps that businesses can take to reduce their consumption – helping to deliver financial and environmental savings.

East Suffolk Council and Greener Growth have joined forces to find inspiring ways to bring nature into business space. From wildflower borders to bat roosts, bird boxes and ponds, make sure your outdoor space is attractive to nature, your staff, customers and the wider community. 

Building a Green Brand Identity

Make sure your business’s green credentials shine through with this practical workshop on brand identity.

Delivered by Hethel Innovation, the workshop will help you understand how Net Zero actions can be positive for your brand and provide practical tips on developing your brand and using the unique ‘branding onion’ tool.

Hypothetically Hydrogen

Re-watch our Hypothetically Hydrogen event. Find out about the role of hydrogen in the transition for Net Zero and case studies of possible applications in our region, including transport, energy, agriculture and heat.

Supported by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy through the Greater South East Energy Hub, this event was part of the COP26 Regional Roadshows.

Battery Storage - Part of your carbon reduction plan

New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership and Connected Energy Limited bring you this energy storage webinar where you can learn about how battery storage can help your business reach its carbon reduction targets.

The event will also present a case study of an award-winning project – the Hold battery storage Project from the project owners – Suffolk County Council and the University of Suffolk