Anglo attends the IEMA Delivering Sustainability conference

Kyrsten Perry and Kelly Cooper at the IEMA Delivering Sustainability Conference
Kyrsten Perry and Kelly Cooper at the IEMA Delivering Sustainability Conference

Business Development Manager, Kyrsten Perry, and Account Manager, Kelly Cooper, both attended the IEMA Delivering Sustainability conference yesterday.

 

The Anglo ladies attended the free workshop facilitated by IEMA Policy & Engagement Lead, Josh Fothergill, which set out global trends that affect all businesses and drive the need for enhanced environment and sustainability capabilities in and between organisations.

 

The workshop included group discussions to identify what organisations are already doing in this area and how they monitor and manage any such processes.

 

At Anglo, whilst we are a professional services organisation and our environmental impact minimal by default, we hugely value the importance of effectively integrating environmental and sustainability actions into our day-to-day business. 

 

This topic is of particular interest to Kelly Cooper who studied for a degree in environmental science. 

 

Please remember to look out for us at future IEMA events and if you happen to be in attendance also, please come over and say hello!

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