On 19th July, The Work Crowd and the PRCA hosted a panel event to discuss Sustainability in 2022; what does it mean, and can we achieve it?
With the rising call for businesses to be more sustainable and ethically conscious and consumers being more mindful of the products and businesses they support; the way brands and organisations operate and how they communicate their actions is more important than ever. But what should these actions be? What does it mean for a business to be ‘sustainable’?
In this ‘round table’ discussion, chaired by Customer Success Manager at The Work Crowd and Co-Chair of the PRCA NextGen London group, Olivia Massey, sits in conversation with panel of experts discussing the following topics:
Feel free to view the recording here for all the insights and key take-aways discussed:
Caroline Randle – Head of Communications at Energy Transitions Commission
Caroline is a senior communications consultant with over 20 years experience advising some of the world’s most innovative businesses and over the last decade has worked with organisations with a strong sustainability message and focus on delivering Net Zero. She is currently Head of Communications at the Energy Transitions Commission who aim to accelerate change towards low-carbon energy systems that enable robust economic development and limit the rise in global temperature to well below 2 degrees Celsius.
Susan Brownlow – Independent Consultant specialising in Energy Transition, Sustainability and Climate
Freelance PR consultant and writer specialising in all areas of sustainability - from the energy transition (electrification from renewables and hydrogen), emissions management and the circular economy to carbon labelling of food, environmentally-friendly consumer products and more sustainable manufacturing methods. Susan has over 25 years experience in managing communications for major sustainability and B2B industrial organisations at international level.
Jonathan Chandler – Founder of The Tilton Consultancy
Jonathan is a senior advisor to corporations, government and NGOs, building reputation strategies that align with commercial and ESG goals. He has worked with Fortune 500 and FTSE firms, building campaigns and leading international in-house teams at global organisations. Recently, he founded Tilton Consultancy which focuses on supporting international organisations develop and execute reputation, risk and ESG strategies.
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