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Integrate a UK story into your CSR & Brand programme

08 October 2014 |

Watch our engaging webinar on UK Forest Creation.

Integrate a UK story into your CSR & Brand programme

Stephen Prior & James Hepburne-Scott, Co-Founders, Forest Carbon, along with Oliver Crouch, Head of Strategic Development, The CarbonNeutral Company, discuss UK Forestry and how being part of planting a new forest in the UK – certified under the government’s Woodland Carbon Code – can enable you to engage internal and external stakeholders in local action and demonstrate your commitment to addressing your environmental impact and contribution to the UK's goals.

Trees are an iconic symbol of environmental action that can be used to promote your company's environmental credentials in an engaging way.

By watching the webinar you will;

  • Learn how UK Forest Creation can offer multiple benefits to the UK – such as through flood prevention, improved land management and social and economic gains
  • Gain an understanding of how you can engage internal and external stakeholders in a local story
  • Demonstrate your commitment to addressing your environmental impact and contribution to the UK’s goals
  • Hear how businesses are building UK Forest Creation into their environmental and brand management programmes
  • Understand the role that Forest Creation plays in UK government environmental reporting policy