Plans and trends for 2019 in sustainable business
Hello readers, I hope you’ve had a great start to the year.
We’ve got quite a lot on at Innovation Forum, with the below events planned, and our free publishing there to support them all and debate some of the key issues publicly.
So here’s what we’ve got planned, and I hope to see some of you at our planned debate-driven events this year!
Innovation Forum 2019 schedule:
How business can tackle modern slavery and forced labour – London, 2nd – 3rd April
Sustainable Apparel and Textiles Conference – Amsterdam, 9th – 10th April
How business can tackle modern slavery, forced labor and human trafficking – 30th April – 1st May
The Future of Food – Chicago, 22nd – 23rd May
The Future of Food – London, 4th – 5th June
(Both are all about trust, transparency, traceability and consumer engagement)
Is bioenergy sustainable? How biofuels will fit into the energy mix by 2030 – Brussels, 25th June
Sustainable Landscapes Conference – London, November (including awards)
How business can tackle plastic pollution – Europe, October
How business can measure the impact – and ROI – of corporate sustainability – Detroit, October
If interested in any of these, please do contact us! firstname.lastname@example.org
Meanwhile, here some recent analysis and podcasts you might find useful:
Podcast: How to link reporting to better corporate decision-making – Eric Hespenheide and Ian Welsh
Podcast: Freshfields on brands’ evolving modern slavery supply chain risks – Michelle Bramley and Ian Welsh