FREE Dr Paula Owen's Green Gumption webinars

MADE in Britain is offering members a series of three free green webinars over the next few weeks. The webinars will be presented by Dr Paula Owen (left), founder of the Green Gumption organisation.

Thursday 25 June: What is involved in undertaking a life-cycle analysis?
 
A life-cycle analysis provides an analysis of the impact of a manufactured product on the environment. It can demonstrate a company’s commitment to environmental improvement whilst helping the company understand the potential risks of the various aspects of its manufacturing operations. It can also be used to deepen the level of transparency used in a company's marketing.

Made in Britain has partnered with Dr Owen to bring members a webinar that will explain what is involved when performing a life-cycle analysis and how this can be used to help your manufacturing business with its green marketing. 

This webinar is FREE for members, if you book through the members' area.  Book here.

Thursday 16 July: An introduction to carbon footprint

Have you ever been asked about what you are doing regarding your business’s carbon footprint? Would you have a clue how to go about calculating it?

If these questions strike a chord, this webinar is for you. In it, we explore what a carbon footprint is and what activities it covers. What scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions relate to and how to get started with your own calculation. 

This webinar is FREE for members, if you book through the members' area. Book here.

Wednesday 9th September: Net Zero – what it means for your business

The phrase ‘Net Zero’ is used frequently in business and government pronouncements, but what does it actually mean? There is much confusion and risk of green-washing wrapped up in this catch-all expression. This webinar is a primer on what going ‘Net Zero’ could mean for your business and is a follow-on to the introduction to carbon footprinting webinar.

This webinar is FREE for members, if you book through the members' area. Book here.

By Made in Britain 5 months ago | Member events

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