Agenda for 2010 Green Card Conference released

28 June 2010

Speakers include 10:10, Royal Sun Alliance amongst others

Kyocera are delighted to be release the agenda for this year's Green Card Conference to be held on the 6th July at Kyocera Technology Suite on London, W1.

Carbon: Emission impossible?

Organisations have made great strides in reducing carbon emissions in recent years, but many organisations are asking “what now?”

When all the low hanging fruit has been picked, it’s time to get a longer ladder! Kyocera’s Green Card conference will examine how you can meet your future emissions reduction targets through innovation, environmental management and employee engagement.

 
Agenda:
9.30 a.m. Registration

10.00 a.m. Welcome and introduction
Tracey Rawling Church, Director of Brand and Reputation, Kyocera

10.10 a.m. Working in Partnership to achieve a Low Carbon transition
Jane Wallis, loCUS project, Reading Borough Council

10.30 a.m. Sustainability in the financial sector.
Paul Pritchard: UK Head of Corporate Responsibility, RSA explains how the leading insurer has met its sustainability challenges.

10.50 a.m. Questions

11.00 a.m Coffee Break

11.15 a.m. Smart steps towards sustainability
Jonathan Tapp, Managing Consultant, Business Deployment Services, Capgemini

When the low-hanging fruit have fallen, there is no substitute for an organised, planned approach to the next harvest. Remember, however committed to sustainability you are, “The Management” will always focus on a good old fashioned cost/benefit analysis. So, play the game and go back to basics – but add a sustainable dimension to everything that you do!

Focus on:
Assessing your current operations from a sustainability perspective
Identifying the projects that will have the greatest impact on your sustainability targets
Prioritising those projects using both carbon and financial data

In his presentation, Jonathan will provide some insights as to how leading companies are addressing these challenges.

11.35 a.m. CSR and sustainability
Dan Ilett, owner, Greenbang and Cleananalysis

11.55 a.m. 10:10: Cutting carbon emissions by 10% in 2010
Eugenie Harvey: UK Director, 10:10 will highlight the importance of stakeholder engagement in driving successful sustainability programmes

12.15 p.m. Questions

12.30 p.m. Closing remarks
Tracey Rawling Church, Director of Brand and Reputation, Kyocera

12.35 p.m. Buffet lunch
Opportunity for networking.

To register for your free place to the Conference, please click here



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