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Sustainability Week: Countdown to COP27

On October 3-7, The Economist 2nd Annual Sustainability Week: Countdown to COP27 aims to help you move faster and prepare for COP27.

Is your organization ready to take action its climate commitments?

Last year’s United Nations Conference of the Parties on Climate Change concluded with this message: We have eight short years to meet some of the most ambitious collaborative goals in history. Many countries and organizations have committed to as much as halving their greenhouse-gas emissions by 2030.

Many leaders were left asking these questions:

  • How can companies ensure they deliver on these promises and prepare for more commitments at COP27 – around the corner already?
  • When an ever-widening pool of standards and regulations is being developed, which ones should you follow?
  • How should companies adapt to the new reality climate change brings?

The Economist 2nd annual Sustainability Week: Countdown to COP27 aims to help you move faster and prepare for COP27.

Economist Impact offers an independent guide to sustainability, to help companies cut through the topic noise, evaluate other organisations’ climate change commitments, and set strategy for 2023.

Join in, on October 3rd-7th 2022, virtually and in London, UK.

Learn more about the event: https://bit.ly/3J1ZexD
Register free, now: https://bit.ly/3OzAM83 #EconSustainability

This conference addresses urgent issues related to business sustainability. That’s why NBS is supporting Countdown to COP27 as a Media partner. We are amplifying the opportunity for NBS members to learn, connect, and collaborate at the event.

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