Welcome to the Supply Chain Sustainability School's FREE conference programme. Scroll down to explore our upcoming virtual and in-person conferences for 2023/2024.
What can you expect from a virtual conference?
The School provides free practical learning and resources to support sustainable practices in the built environment industry.
Virtual conferences are multi-speaker sessions featuring thought leaders from across the industry, moderated by subject matter experts. Each session lasts around 2 hours to provide you with in-depth and practical insights into a range of critical sustainability issues.
All conferences are completely FREE to attend - just sign up for a free School Member account. By becoming a Member, you'll gain access to a full library of sustainability e-learning, training and resources.
📅 Upcoming conferences:
Diversity Data Benchmarking Conference 2023
12 Dec, 10:00-16:15 | Birmingham
Join our in-person conference to be the first to explore the results from the built environment sector's largest-ever diversity survey with leading experts and key supply chain partners. Proudly presented with HS2, National Highways, Network Rail and Transport for London.
COP28: Climate Mitigation and Adaptation
13 Dec, 10:00-12:00 | via Zoom
Explore the issues of climate mitigation and adaptation in the context of COP28. Hear from industry leaders on how we are reducing energy demand and the ensuing carbon emissions to keep on track with the Paris Agreement goals and, crucially, how we are adapting to the changing environment.
Modern Slavery: Beyond Compensation
25 Jan, 14:00-16:00 | via Zoom
A 2-hour virtual conference to explore the crucial role of remediation in addressing modern slavery, focusing on survivor-centric approaches and providing insights into best practices in modern slavery remediation. You will hear from survivors and the organisations who support them in the workplace.
Whole Life Carbon in Offsite: One Year On
7 Feb, 10:00-12:00 | via Zoom
A 2-hour virtual conference to discuss how to reduce carbon emissions in offsite construction. It will examine the progress that has been made in the industry one year on from the publication of the Supply Chain Sustainability School's 'Whole Life Carbon Guidance for Offsite Construction' report.