Tuesday 28 January
1.00pm GMT
Webinar session
Leadership in a Climate Emergency webinar
People around the world are waking up to the huge climate risks facing our planet. As highlighted in the 2020 World Economic Forum in Davos, many business leaders are actively adapting their strategy to address the climate emergency.
In this one-hour webinar you will hear from the team behind the new Leadership in a Climate Emergency programme - a joint initiative between Oxford University's Saïd Business School and Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. We will discuss the key climate trends every business leader should have on their radar, summarise climate-related highlights from Davos, and share stories of businesses taking stepped-up climate action. We will outline ideas you can implement in your business and have the opportunity to ask questions.
Our panel includes:
Charmian Love, Entrepreneur in Residence at the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship, Saïd Business School.
Aoife Brophy Haney, Departmental Research Lecturer in Innovation and Enterprise, Saïd Business School and Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment.
When registered, we will send through information on the webinar closer to the date. We look forward to being in touch.

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