Environmental Sustainability for SMEs

The UN Global Compact Network UK is presenting a series of 11 online practical workshops to support resource-stretched SMEs to develop comprehensive environmental strategies and make progress on reaching net zero.

Comprehensive environmental strategies can help small and medium enterprises (SMEs) future-proof against environmental regulations and become more attractive to investors, customers, and employees.

Join our workshops to be part of an exclusive SME peer-learning forum where you’ll get access to best-practice case studies and resources to help your small business address and disclose its environmental impacts in a manner aligned with stakeholder demands. These workshops are open to SME members of the UN Global Compact Network UK only. Find out more about becoming a member here.

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Past Sessions


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Building Water Resilience
Tuesday 28 November, from 3pm to 4pm (GMT)

This session will help SMEs understand how they can identify, measure, and address their impacts and dependencies on water, as well as the practical steps that can be taken to build broader water resilience.

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Mark Cassalia
Senior Business Engagement Manager – CEO Water Mandate
UN Global Compact/
Pacific Institute

For more information, please contact Pauline Girma, Climate Action Programme Coordinator.