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Webinar - Sustainable Dublin 2050 Circular Economy

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PLEASE NOTE - If booking after 9am on 1st September, please use the direct webinar link below as all confirmation emails have been sent out.

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Sustainable Dublin 2050 


To understand the challenges climate change presents and to examine how we can achieve a more sustainable future Dublin Chamber will run a series of four events to update and inform members on the legislative and political context of climate action and the benefits and opportunities that a move toward a low carbon and more circular economy can present to business. The theme of the third event in the series is Circular Economy.

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Date: 
Wed 01 Sep 2021
Time: 
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Venue: 
Webinar, Dublin Chamber, . .

Speaker

Ciaran Brady, Head of Resource Recovery, Bord Na Mona



Barry O'Donovan, Resource Efficiency Manager, ABP Food Group

Barry is the resource efficiency manager with ABP Food Group, where he is part of the environmental and sustainability department that overseas the environmental performance of the entire company. ABP operates across 50 production facilities with meat processing as its core business supported by operations in pet food, rendering and its biodiesel business t/a Olleco. Barry communicates with all levels of personnel on a number of environmental and sustainable initiatives. Resource efficiency is at the forefront of his work and this involves circular economy, water use and reuse, energy management, packaging and supply chain sustainability. Barry has assisted in the expansion of ABP's roadmap of future resource consumption. His work ensures that resource inputs are minimised, which helps ABP to decouple increased resource consumption from increased productivity.

Rosemary Garth, Communications Director, Tesco Ireland


Rosemary is responsible for corporate affairs and communications at Tesco Ireland and is the sponsor of the Little Helps Plan, which is the framework through which Tesco shapes its long-term approach to sustainability. This approach allows Tesco to demonstrate, monitor and improve its performance, while pursuing transformative change and leading industry-wide action to tackle some of the biggest social and environmental challenges facing the world today.  Tesco Ireland has recently introduced some market-leading initiatives to progress the move to a circular economy, becoming the first Irish retailer to introduce a soft plastic recycling solution, and also the first Irish retailer to purchase renewable gas made from its own surplus food to power stores. 

 





This Series is kindly sponsored by AIB, FREE NOW for Business, Matheson & Pinergy 

Event date: 
Wed 01 Sep 2021
Event time: 
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Venue: 
Webinar, Dublin Chamber, . .

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PLEASE NOTE - If booking after 9am on 1st September, please use the direct webinar link below as all confirmation emails have been sent out.

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/1691820058552811790

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