Sustainability LIVE: The Future of Mining is Sustainable

Sustainability LIVE connects leading sustainability expert from around the world.
Sustainability LIVE: Net Zero offers essential opportunities to hear from the world’s leading experts including Microsoft, Polestar, General Motors & more

For companies who rely heavily on the natural world for materials, there is a misconception that sustainable practices can be achieved at the detriment of profitability. Prioritising biodiversity, rewilding and working with — rather than against — the environment that companies work in are just the tip of the sustainable iceberg. 
Leading companies including Rio Tinto and BHP are working to decarbonise steelmaking, whilst initiatives such as the Responsible Minerals Initiative Investor Network are being developed to improve mineral supply chains.

Returning in 2024 Sustainability LIVE will be hosting its first event of the year at the QEII - Sustainability LIVE: Net Zero. Connecting the world’s sustainability leaders, those who attend the event will have the chance to receive crucial insights from internationally acclaimed business leaders with open unfiltered discussions. 

With the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and real-world experience insights from leading executives, Sustainability LIVE: Net Zero tickets are selling fast! Don’t miss out on your chance to attend Sustainability LIVE: Net Zero on March 6-7, 2024.

When: 6-7 March 2024

Location: London

Website: Sustainability LIVE: Net Zero

Themes:

  • Sustainability & ESG
  • EV & Energy
  • Climate Tech
  • Supply Chain Sustainability

To get your tickets for Sustainability LIVE: Net Zero, click here.

Sustainabilie LIVE: Net Zero

Speakers to watch out for at Sustainability LIVE: Net Zero

Christoph Schenek, Go-to-Market Manager Sustainability at Microsoft

Supporting customers and partners to become more sustainable, Schenek joined Microsoft in 2016. Taking on his current role in 2022, he leads Microsoft Germany's business development at the intersection of sustainability and digitisation.

Fredrika Klarén, Head of Sustainability at Polestar

Armed with more than a decade of dedicated sustainability experience across fashion, retail and now EVs, Klarén is driving the sustainability agenda at pure-play EV maker Polestar. Speaking at Sustainability LIVE: Net Zero, Klarén will be taking part in a panel discussion - The Future of Electric Cars in a Net Zero World.

Kristen Siemen, Chief Sustainability Officer at General Motors

Joining Klarén on The Future of Electric Cars in a Net Zero World panel, Siemen will draw on her industry experience in automotive manufacturing and engineering, providing valuable insights from her role as Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO) at General Motors.

Smruti Naik-Jones, Chief Sustainability Officer (UK and North-South Europe) at Deloitte 

An experienced leader in technology, finance, infrastructure, and sustainability, Naik-Jones has worked for three of the top consulting firms over the last 10 years including EY, PwC, and Deloitte

Appointed as the first UK and North-South Europe Chief Sustainability Officer for Deloitte, Naik-Jones is responsible for Deloitte’s WorldClimate strategy focused on the consultant's climate and sustainability journey in the region. 

Thomas Blood, CS Sustainability Leader (EMEA) at AWS

A technology executive with more than 25 years of experience in startup, enterprise and public sectors, Blood strives to break down barriers and remove friction between business and IT. 

Dedicating the last six years to how the cloud can enable and accelerate business transformation and reduce time to value, Blood currently holds the role of CS Sustainability Leader (EMEA) at AWS.

Virginie Helias, Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO) at Proctor & Gamble (P&G)

A celebrated figure in the global sustainability landscape, Helias is widely credited with bringing sustainability to Proctor & Gamble (P&G). With three decades of experience at the company, Helias is well-positioned to provide her insights, knowledge, and real-world experiences to those attending Sustainability LIVE: Net Zero.

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The Global Sustainability & ESG Awards

Expanding its content portfolio, Sustainability Magazine in conjunction with BizClik is proud to debut The Global Sustainability & ESG Awards. 

The awards will serve as a prestigious platform to showcase success stories, inspire industry-wide advancements, and celebrate those elevating and driving the sustainability and ESG movement. 

To find out how to enter, click here.

Meet the judges…

Taking on the honour of such a challenging task, four industry experts will carefully judge the nominations ahead of Sustainability LIVE London, where the winners will be announced at the end of Day 1. 

To find out more about our four judges, click here.

More to come in 2024…

Sustainability Magazine will be hosting a further five events in 2024, both virtual and in-person. Don’t miss out on your chance to hear from leading industry experts at:

To find out more about these events and awards, click here.

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