Stockport Sustainability’s Sustainable Stockport breakfast event will take place on Wednesday 22nd January 2020 at Robinsons Visitor Centre, where a panel of expert speakers will discuss pro environmental actions for business.
The event will showcase sustainable business practice and case studies in Stockport that will lead to bottom line business benefits. A Sustainability Tech Truck will be available for attendees to see energy reducing technologies at close quarters.
With Greater Manchester given the target to become carbon neutral by 2038, the Sustainable Stockport breakfast will consider actions to address these ambitious targets. The event aims to generate learning, share information and enable networking with businesses and to support services available in Stockport. These include discussions of business toolkits, and what it means to be a Carbon Literate Organisation.
Guest Speaker for the day will be Sam Buckley, Owner and Head Chef at Stockport’s renowned restaurant “Where The Light Gets In”. Sam will provide an insight into his business and share thoughts on business practice in broad terms covering environmental, social and economic considerations.
The Sustainable Stockport breakfast event will take place on Wednesday 22nd January 2020 at Robinsons Visitor Centre, Unicorn Brewery, Apsley Street, Stockport, SK1 1JJ. Car parking is available close to the visitor centre and public transport links are only a short walk away.
Registration will be from 08:30 am with complimentary refreshments available. The event should conclude by 11:00 am.
Attendance for the Sustainable Stockport Breakfast is free, however as events have proven popular in the past, visit the event website to book tickets in advance.