Sustainable Practices: Small Steps to Go Greener

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event Wednesday 20th September | 9.30am - 10.30am
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Event Overview

Sustainability involves fulfilling the needs of current generations without compromising the needs of future generations while ensuring the balance between economic growth, environmental care, and social wellbeing.

It is increasingly important for the younger generation to consider ways we can waste less food, save our forests, and protect the earth’s natural resources – all of which can be practised in small steps.

Organisations can reap opportunities by thinking more sustainably relating to innovation, continuous improvement, sustained competitive advantage and thought leadership. It can therefore be useful to be aware of the sustainable practices that businesses can adopt to stay ahead of the curve.

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Generation Next will explore…

  • The small steps you can make to live greener
  • What makes a sustainable leader in an organisation
  • Opportunities through sustainable thinking

Guest speaker

Orla Kelleher

Senior Lecturer Responsible Management, University of Derby

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Orla Kelleher

Senior Lecturer Responsible Management, University of Derby

Orla Kelleher is the Sustainability Champion and lead for the UN Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) at the College of Business, Law and Social Sciences, University of Derby. As a senior lecturer in Responsible Management, she teaches on the Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) and is programme leader and module leader on a new MSc Sustainable & Ethical Business Management designed to help business leaders integrate sustainability and responsible practice across their organization. She is Carbon Literate trained and a member of the UN PRME working groups on Sustainability Mindset and Climate Change and Environment.


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