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Developing your Sustainability Roadmap

Practical support and guidance to develop Sustainability literacy and action in the business.

Description

This six part series will help you to increase your sustainability literacy and develop your own, practical Sustainability Action Plan.  Your plan will allow you to focus on what’s important, what you can control, and what you can do each and every day to operate a sustainable business.  

Content

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These Workshops will provide you with the background information you need on key sustainability topics. 
Over the six part series, Jonathan Pooch (DETA) will help you develop your own Sustainability Roadmap for your business as well as increase your sustainability literacy and knowledge.

Each Workshop will focus on a key pillar of sustainability.  Together we will assess and discuss how relevant this is to your business, ‘what good looks like’ and what we need to do to take steps towards where you want to get to. 

The focus of the Workshops will be on practical, implementable change anchored to best practice sustainability.  Key focus areas for the sessions will include:

Sustainability Strategy
-The importance of setting good strategy
-Understanding (and communicating) the ‘why’
-Identifying what is important

People
-Leadership
-People development
-Culture and inclusion

Resources
-Energy
-Transport
-Water
-Waste

Nature and Supply Chain
-Sustainable supply/value chain
-Nature Offsets/insets for carbon

Reporting and communication
-Vision
-Community and stakeholder engagement
-Implementation Roadmap

Plan implementation
-What next?  How do we implement the plan?

Takeaways

  • Increased sustainability knowledge and information
  • A cohort of attendees who are all at a similar stage of sustainability action
  • A clear, concise action plan that has been developed with the support of an independent expert

Who Should Attend

The series is targeted at senior leaders who are new to sustainability, or have had sustainability added to existing portfolios.  Businesses should attend if they are at the start of the journey and are looking for a practical, common sense approach to getting started in a meaningful way.  Attendees of this series will not be required to start with a strong baseline awareness of sustainability. 

Facilitated by

 
Specialists in energy and sustainability, Deta deliver engineering and consultancy services designed to meet the needs of your organisation whatever the size.

Their goal is to partner with and support businesses as working together enables positive long term impacts on both organisational performance and the environment. Sustainable action for a better tomorrow, with Deta.


 

Jono Pooch is one of Australasia’s leading sustainability and decarbonisation consultancies. He has been working in sustainability and decarbonisation for 20 years, helping large and small businesses develop and deliver long term Sustainability Roadmaps. 

What Learners Have Said

"Throughout the course, we acquired knowledge and skills that are directly applicable to our work. We will use DETA to assist us with our initial carbon footprint calculations." - 2023

"This course brought live examples, real conversation and other classmates sharing their own experiences. It was good to know that even large companies are still in the early stages of some of this work." -2023

"Jono gave a great all-round picture of opportunities, tools and techniques for sustainability strategy." 2023

"The resources provided, such as the Action Tracker, the Action Path, the framework, and other practical information were highly informative and valuable." -2023

 

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