Supermarkets and suppliers alike are planning now to meet net zero commitments. In many cases they’re setting the agenda with plans to be carbon neutral ahead of the government’s 2050 target, but the bottom line is that a complex and onerous task awaits. And The Grocer’s latest free webinar is here to help.
We’ve convened a fantastic panel to explore how to plan for net zero. You can hear from household names in grocery about their pioneering approach to the task. In conjunction with other experts in sustainability, they’ll also answer your questions to help you with your planning.
Taking place at 11am on 25 November, this 60-minute webinar aims to be practical and insightful.
Chaired by Adam Leyland, The Grocer’s editor-in-chief, our panel of top experts will explore the question of net zero from all angles, calling on learnings from COP26 as well as the broader pattern of developing expertise in this field.
Panellists will include:
- Simon Cox, VP project management and sustainability, Prologis who has over 20 years’ experience in sustainable building construction, specialising in energy and technology
- Emma Keller, head of sustainability, Nestlé UK & Ireland, who has held sustainability roles at WWF and Unilever, and is responsible for delivering Nestlé’s ambitious net zero climate goals
- Steve Malkin, CEO and founder, Planet Mark, who has been working with organisations since 2013 to help them set credible net zero carbon targets and deliver them
- Dave Merefield, carbon, utilities and engineering manager, Sainsbury’s, who is responsible for delivering on Sainsbury’s commitment to be net zero by 2035.
To register and submit your questions please go here. All questions must be received by 5pm on 17 November. We hope you can join us.
The ‘How to Plan for Net Zero Emissions’ webinar is sponsored by Prologis