When it comes to achieving Net Zero, executives must be prepared to lead from the front. Community Members tell Marc Barber how they have risen to the challenge by rediscovering an entrepreneurial mindset.
Featuring commentary from:
Matthew Blagg, CEO, Criticaleye: Collaboration and partnerships are essential if organisations are to be successful. That’s why it is vital for senior leaders to have external reference points.
Lucinda Langton, former Director, Sustainable Packaging, Coca-Cola Europacific Partners: It was fundamental to first understand the different sources of collection data... Getting involved at this level of detail, to build the right strategy, is critical to success.
Michael Lewis, CEO, E.ON UK: We're prepared to invest to build our knowledge, understanding and capability, so that we're ready when the market has moved to where we're leading.
Mark Spelman, Strategic Adviser, World Economic Forum: Major countries will need to step-up the scale and speed of their emission reductions going forward to get us onto a 1.5-degree Celsius track.
Miguel Veiga-Pestana, SVP, Corporate Affairs & Chief Sustainability Officer, Reckitt: Ownership really sits with the leadership of the company. It [also] sits with every employee, and every person who works there, because each individual has the ability to make a change.
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