A Greener Britain

King Charles III has long championed sustainability and to preserving the natural world. He has been an outspoken supporter of sustainability, organic, renewable energy, and biodiversity. Encouraging others to rethink urban design and corporate production. British manufacturers are showing innovation and entrepreneurial spirit in this area too, and on the run up to the Coronation, we’d love to hear about it. 
We saw a great reflection of manufacturers taking steps towards a more sustainable future in our inaugural Impact Awards last year, so we know Made in Britain members are likeminded so we’d love to hear about your stories. 
- Is your business taking steps to becoming more environmentally friendly?
-Are you producing products that support any initiative that King Charles is passionate about?
-Tell us why doing business sustainably is important to your business
-Have you been inspired by anything you’ve read about the King’s passion projects?
-Have you reappraised your packaging solutions in search of more sustainable solutions?
If you have a story you would like to share with a Coronation connection, please log in to the Members’ Area of the Made in Britain website and upload your story, or send it to us direct at info@madeinbritain.org. If your story includes photos or digital files, please upload them to WeTransfer or your preferred online sharing service. 
If you are interested in becoming more a sustainable business, Made in Britain is here to support every UK manufacturer to advance your progress on sustainability. The Made in Britain’s Green Growth Assessment provides your business with a benchmark, so you can understand the progress your business is making in sustainability. By completing the Green Growth Assessment, you will be enabling and empowering your business to progress its sustainability journey and joining a cohort of more sustainable, more resilient and more competitive businesses. Read more about the Green Growth Assessment here. 

By Made in Britain 1 year ago | By Made in Britain

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