Want to take climate action in your business in 2022? Join this event to kick start your decarbonisation goals, understand the case for action, and what steps to take.

In this workshop, the presenters will provide an overview of current climate projections and the global context of public and private action before discussing the key contributors to a carbon footprint within a typical business, the difference between going ‘net zero’ and ‘carbon neutral’ and actions to take in your business to reduce your footprint.

This is Part 1 of two workshops titled ‘Cutting Carbon’. The second session will cover an introduction to carbon accounting, diving deep into the process behind measuring a carbon footprint. Part 2 will be held on Tues 22 Feb from 12-1pm. Tickets can be booked here.

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Ultimately, participants will leave this session with a foundational understanding of why and how to take climate action as a business. If individuals or organisations are thinking about reducing their carbon footprint or going carbon neutral, this session will help get them started!


Abbie Freestone is the founder of Rewild Agency, which assists organisations with sustainability measurement, strategy, communication, and education. She is committed to helping businesses embed ESG both within long-term organisational strategy and day-to-day business operations.

Sara Redmond-Neal is the founder of Small Might CSR and, after 15 years of driving sustainability in corporates and government, she brings expertise to support small businesses – those with the passion, innovation, and agility to tackle the world’s greatest challenges.

Hayley Morris is the founder of Impact Sustainability, which has been supporting companies for over a decade to ensure sustainability strategy is supported by robust data management and reporting.

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Tue 15 / Feb 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM




Concession TICKET: $22.95
Fan Club TICKET: $18.95

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