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Becoming Carbon Neutral – a guide to Why, How and When
Taking place live on Wednesday 16th March, 8:00pm GMT
Presented by Chantelle Brandwood, Founder of Eco Offset
About the Webinar
Join Vet Sustain for an in-depth look at Carbon Neutrality and carbon offsetting. We will discuss what becoming carbon neutral really means and how it’s only part of a strong sustainability strategy. We’ll look at offsetting, it’s pros and cons, and how we can source ethical projects, which benefit communities and wildlife alongside carbon reduction. Supporting your teams with any changes you’re making can be a challenge, we’ll explore how you can implement your sustainability initiatives and engage your team at the same time.
Attending the session
This webinar takes place live on Wednesday 16th March 2022, 8pm GMT.
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About the speaker
Chantelle Brandwood, Founder of Eco Offset
Chantelle is the founder of Eco Offset, an environmental and sustainability consultancy firm, and has certificates in carbon emissions management, reduction and reporting and is also an IEMA qualified lead environmental auditor.
Chantelle also supports Vet Sustain and works with them to promote and embed sustainability throughout the veterinary profession. Chantelle‘s aim is to help businesses to reduce their environmental impact and become a force for good. She is passionate about sustainability and believes every single one of us has the ability to make many small, impactful changes to help in the fight against climate change