Kite Insights will be hosting a morning of discussions to explore how we can unlock sustainable value in organisations by activating an organisation’s most valuable resource: its people. The dynamic session will look at how we can use organisation-wide upskilling and capacity building to implement effective cross-functional sustainability strategies, and explore how a holistic and embedded approach to green skills and talent development can drive both value and impact. Join Kite Insights for a series of interactive conversations to support practitioners across organisations, from commercial growth and marketing leaders, to those in sustainability departments and in innovation teams, to learning and development and human resources professionals, to embed sustainability in the company’s culture.
Sustainability professionals, HR professionals including Chief Talent Officers and Chief People Officers, Learning and Development teams, Marketing and Communications teams.
Collaboration is critical to achieve action, so we are convening professionals from across departments to learn and discuss together. Our ticket admits two people and we encourage you to bring a colleague from a different department to work together on this challenge.
The event will have a carefully curated audience of approximately 70 participants. Tickets are granted in pairs and we encourage you to bring a colleague from a different department. Attendance is free of charge and at the discretion of the Kite Insights and Climate Action. To apply, please complete this form.
Forging partnerships to accelerate city climate action implementation
The Innovate4Cities Marketplace is a shared space to connect and match cities and local governments with solution providers, funders and financers, and other supporters, to scale, develop, and implement city climate action across the United Kingdom and Europe.
Run by the Global Covenant of Mayors and KPMG’s Net Zero Urban Program alongside the Climate Innovation Forum, the 2.5 hour session will highlight the actors and resources, as well as replicable and scalable collaborative projects, that can support local governments and partners in pursuit of net zero implementation. This will include a dedicated marketplace – for cities and solution providers to on the one hand pitch for partners in research and implementation to address their most pressing barriers to realizing their climate action plan priorities and on the other hand to help shape replicable, scaleable and investable solutions to drive more public-private sector involvement.
Cities and local governments, national government, GCoM alliance partners, business, academia, funders/financiers
The Innovate4Cities Marketplace event will have a carefully curated audience of approximately 70 participants. Attendance is free of charge and at the discretion of the Global Covenant of Mayors, KPMG and Climate Action. To apply to participate please complete this form.
This in-person gathering of members of Race to Zero’s Net Zero Policy & Regulation community will discuss how to continue mobilising net zero aligned standards, policy, laws and regulations. The 90-minute workshop will share core projects across the Partner organisations and will include breakout sessions looking at the blockers and opportunities for net zero aligned policy and regulation in areas such as transition planning, procurement and more.
Existing members of Race to Zero’s Net Zero Policy and Regulation Community.
This is an invitation-only event with limited space. Attendance is free of charge and at the discretion of the Race to Zero. If you are interested in attending please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Convened by the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO), the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero (DESNZ) and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), and facilitated by Climate Action, the participatory roundtable will bring together a selection of senior representatives from government and non-state actors across the UK – including cities, industry and finance, to discuss priorities for COP28 and how to align objectives to maximise the UK’s impact in delivering a transformational COP of action.
Following a short introduction from the FCDO and DESNZ about the UAE’s ambitions for COP and an outline of early HMG objectives, the facilitated discussion hosted by Climate Action will welcome contributions from around the table. The aim of the event is to catalyse alignment, planning and progress to amplify UK presence at COP.
Senior representatives from government and non-state actors across the UK – including city Mayors, industry leaders from British-based companies, and heads of representative bodies.
This is an invitation-only event with limited space. Attendance is free of charge and at the discretion of HMG and Climate Action. If you are interested in attending please contact email@example.com