Dublin Chamber is pleased to announce the creation of a new ‘Sustainability Academy’ to help businesses in the Dublin region to become more sustainable and reduce their carbon footprint.
Launched by the Chamber's President Catherine Moroney at our 2020 AGM Dinner, the Academy is being launched in response to a demand from companies for help in preparing for a carbon neutral economy.
The Academy will offer participating businesses a comprehensive range of supports, including: training workshops, access to a dedicated series of sustainability events; green public procurement training; access to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP Ireland); support materials; and peer-to-peer idea sharing opportunities.
Dublin Chamber has identified a need for these supports through surveys and focus groups with companies, facilitated by Amárach Research. A number of other services will be added to the Sustainability Academy offering over the coming months as the Chamber continues to work with businesses to identify the main supports they require.
Training and workshops will also be provided on carbon-footprinting, corporate sustainability and on the circular economy. Other core offerings will include helping participating companies, big and small, on the road toward carbon disclosure and green procurement processes.
Dublin Chamber is calling on all businesses in Dublin to get involved in the Sustainability Academy, regardless of what stage they are at on their sustainability journey. For more information on how you can get involved please contact Sinéad Healy on email@example.com.