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Telford & Wrekin Council’s, Invest Telford team has partnered with E4environment, a leading Shropshire-based environmental consultancy firm to run a series of webinars to help businesses navigate the intricacies of carbon reduction, cost-saving and energy efficiency.

Latest update from Telford and Wrekin Council Newsroom:

The webinars which start on 23 January 2024 and then follow each month until March will ensure by the end of the series businesses will know how to develop a carbon reduction plan for businesses, how to better understand what carbon footprinting is and the benefits that come with it and finally to understand why supply chain sustainability is so important.  

This three hour programme of free information for businesses is split into three one hour webinar sessions between January and March, the series begins with “Developing Carbon Reduction Plans” on Tuesday 23 January, then continues with “Carbon Footprinting” on Tuesday 20 February and then the final session covers the topic of “Supply Chain Sustainability” on Tuesday 26 March.  

Councillor Lee Carter (Lab) Telford & Wrekin Council Cabinet Member for Place (The Economy and Neighbourhood Services) said, “This collaborative webinar series exemplifies Telford & Wrekin Council’s dedication to fostering a sustainable business environment. With E4environment bringing their expertise to guide participants toward tangible outcomes we hope to empower businesses to help us collectively achieve net zero in the borough by 2030″

Quoted from Telford and Wrekin Council’s online newsroom. Original article can be found here: Newsroom – Business sustainability webinars launched to support Telford businesses 

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Caroline Talbot
Author: Caroline Talbot