Join our London Bridge Green Network event on 2nd July 2019 to get your business involved.
Team London Bridge is making a web platform available to our businesses to help tackle the climate crisis. We are partnering with Do Nation, a web platform that has:
Avoided the need for 160,000 disposable cups
Saved 370,000 meals worth of food
Reduced 60,000 flights worth of carbon
We will hear from Hermione Taylor, the inspirational founder of Do Nation, who will help London Bridge businesses plan how to make an impact. Together, all our small actions can make a big difference.
We will help you and your colleagues take healthy, environmentally sustainable actions - simple things like cycling to work, using a reusable coffee cup, or avoiding unsustainable palm oil. Do Nation has an online pledge platform which helps to inspire, inform, and support people through taking up these habits - while also measuring the impact each person achieves.
We know the community in London Bridge is determined to be part of a sustainable and responsible business district, so join us to make a change.
There will be refreshments that are aligned with at least 5 of the Do Nation Actions.
This event is organised by Team London Bridge and is open to all professionals from businesses based in London Bridge.
This event is part of London Climate Action Week, which runs from 1-8 July, and is convened by the Mayor of London. It’s a chance to share world-leading low carbon solutions and expertise, and highlight what London is doing to tackle the climate emergency.
As a major world city, London has a vital role to play in tackling climate change. London’s businesses and organisations are a global hub for expertise in finding solutions to cutting carbon emissions. We’re also leading the way in adapting to the inevitable impact of climate change. London Climate Action Week runs from 1-8 July, and is convened by the Mayor of London. It’s a chance to share worldleading low carbon solutions and expertise, and highlight the action taking place in London. The aim is to show the wider UK and the rest of the world what practical changes we can make to tackle the climate emergency.