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Sustainability in practice

13 October 2015, London

National sustainability conference organised with South East and East of England regional groups.

This event aims to take delegates outside their environmental comfort zone, supporting them to return to work with confidence to face up to the sustainability challenges they will increasingly face.

The day’s presenters include sustainability leaders who have experienced similar challenges in their organisation to those facing many environment and sustainability professionals. They will inspire delegates to turn the challenges into opportunities, talking tactics and practical applications.

This conference is designed to be different: it is delivered by peers, for peers. It is pitched in a “real-world context” that will assist delegates to make a difference in their own workplaces.

Early bird rate – £150 + VAT – expires on 22 September.

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EIA and ESIA masterclass sponsored by Royal Haskoning DHV

3 November 2015, London

Enabling sustainable infrastructure – focusing the power of EIA/ESIA

Project level environmental and social impact assessments are the core tools in enabling the sustainable delivery of critical infrastructure and major developments around the world. This conference will give delegates unique access to experts, as they share their knowledge and experience of delivering assessments that are fit for the dual purpose of achieving regulatory consent and securing financial investment.

The main sessions will provide leading thinking on critical areas of practice, including proportionate EIA, climate resilience and the future of ESIA.

By the close of the conference, delegates will have learned about leading examples of practice from around the world.

Early bird rate – £195 + VAT – expires 10 September.

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EMS national forum

1 December 2015, Manchester

Enhancing performance through the revised ISO 14001: strategy, risk, resilience and improvement

The revised ISO 14001 standard will challenge many existing users – whether it’s aligning their EMS to support the strategic direction of the business, taking a life-cycle perspective to drive product improvement, or working with supply chains and customers to reduce environmental impacts.

This conference will help delegates to understand and implement the new standard. They will hear from representatives of leading organisations on how they are tackling the transition, find out the approach certification auditors will take when assessing the new requirements, and gain insights on how to engage leaders in driving performance improvement.

Early bird rate – £195 + VAT – expires 30 September.

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