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  • Net Zero from the inside

    Net Zero from the inside

    Communication in a Net Zero culture

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  • Net Zero from the Inside

    Net Zero from the Inside

    Purpose is at the heart of a Net Zero culture

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  • A Net Zero culture for a Net Zero future

    A Net Zero culture for a Net Zero future

    How to shape a Net Zero culture, and all about the boosters and stumbling blocks you’ll come across along the way.

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  • Net Zero: Harnessing the Power of Organisational Culture

    Net Zero: Harnessing the Power of Organisational Culture

    Why we need to harness the enormous potential energy of organisational/company culture in the transition to a Net Zero world.

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  • What is organisational culture?

    What is organisational culture?

    A simple, useable definition of organisational culture.

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  • Can Zoom save the planet?

    Can Zoom save the planet?

    Can Zoom and Teams help companies achieve their Net Zero ambition?

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  • NetZero: Let’s get started!

    NetZero: Let’s get started!

    Here are some simple first steps for engaging your employees in your Sustainability or NetZero vision, and creating a NetZero culture.

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  • NetZero! What’s my work got to do with it? (Part 2)

    NetZero! What’s my work got to do with it? (Part 2)

    How can regular employees influence their organisation’s response to the challenges of environmental destruction and the climate crisis?

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  • Net Zero! What’s my work got to do with it? (Part 1)

    Net Zero! What’s my work got to do with it? (Part 1)

    Efforts to tackle climate change will only succeed if powerful world leaders back up the commitments made at COP26 with meaningful action. But some responsibility lies with you and me, our friends, families and work colleagues. Our everyday attitudes and actions at home and in the workplace do matter.

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