Sky is on its way to achieving its ambition of becoming the most sustainable media and entertainment company in Europe. Join us in a virtual conversation with Fiona Ball, Director of Bigger Picture at Sky, to find out how she has evolved the company’s climate change strategy from carbon neutral company in 2006, expanding to carbon neutral productions, through to net zero by 2030, and all the opportunities and challenges faced along the way.

Webinar | Tuesday 14th July

08.00-08.30 PST | 11.00-11.30 EST | 16.00-16.30 BST | 17.00-17.30 CET

In this series of 30-minute virtual conversations, we speak to the people at the helm of some of the world’s leading corporate sustainability and climate action programmes. We’ll ask them what keeps them awake at night, and what motivates them to get out of bed in the morning to play their part in the transformation of our economy and regeneration of our planet. And we’ll leave plenty of time for you to ask your questions too.

Sky recently made a landmark commitment towards its ambition to be net zero by 2030, with all its Sky Originals from 2019 on, now certified CarbonNeutral® in accordance with The CarbonNeutral Protocol. But what drives Sky to keep evolving and developing its climate action programme? And what drives Fiona Ball to lead the transformation?

Join Tom Popple, Senior Manager, Climate Change and Sustainability at Natural Capital Partners, in conversation with Fiona by registering here. And bring your questions.

Register to attend here.