Corporate Climate Response: Day 1 Session 1 (part 1)





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Published on Jun 4, 2007

09.00 - 10.00

The Business Case Behind Climate Change
Some companies are taking the lead in responding to climate change simply because it makes good business sense.

Whether it's saving money through energy efficiency and waste minimization or capitalizing on consumer appetite for low-carbon products, there is now a business imperative behind global warming initiatives.

But how much do you have to spend to see a reasonable return?

Marks and Spencer puts that figure at £200 million while Burts Potato Chips puts it at £36K.

In this opening session, we will look at how four leading companies have discovered the bottom line benefits of early action.

Richard Gillies, Director of Store Development, Marks and Spencer

Jason Leonard, Head of Environment, Standard Chartered Bank

Dr. Chris Tuppen, Head of Sustainable Development and Corporate Accountability, BT

Jonty White, Director, Burts Potato Chips


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