Carbon Trust events, workshops, briefings and training sessions, including external events that the Carbon Trust contributes to.
We are committed to ensuring that our events operate in a sustainable way, as such we are currently implementing ISO 20121 the international standard for sustainable event management in our London office. By working to this standard, we will be considering our economic, social and environmental impacts and will be not only working to reduce them but work to create a positive impact and inspire others to do the same.
The Carbon Trust is available to deliver events on behalf of third party organisations. To find out more please email email@example.com.
Will your organisation have to comply with the UK Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) regulations? In this webinar experts from the Carbon Trust will provide an update on the latest progress on ESOS
London, UK: The Confederation of Danish Industry and the Carbon Trust are proud to provide a unique opportunity for the Danish and UK public and private sector to come together to work on collaborative solutions for sustainable cities.
The annual Carbon Trust Standard Bearer’s Conference will be held on Tuesday 14th October at the British Museum in London.
London, UK: Understanding MWS issues and the impacts on Offshore Wind Projects. The Carbon Trust is hosting the concluding session and the suggestions panel.
Birmingham, UK: Fashioning a sustainable food system is one of the most compelling challenges of the 21st Century. This event will bring together key stakeholders and regulatory bodies from food and beverage manufacturers, food retailers and food service operators, plus key suppliers instrumental in creating a sustainable food and beverage business.
London, UK: Influential brands have the power to become a net positive force for restoring healthy environments, communities, families and people while delivering market leading business performance.
London, UK: The conference will offer retailers and their partners an interactive platform to debate a wide range of topics from energy and logistics through to responsible sourcing and cost-effective waste management as well as stakeholder engagement