Our partnership with edie to champion sustainable business leadership
Read time : 1 min Added: 19/10/2022
We’ve partnered with edie to showcase and support business leadership on sustainability and climate action through content and events.
The climate emergency has grown beyond the choices that any organisation can make in isolation. This is now about entire industries taking decisive, collective action to accelerate the race to net zero emissions and lead us towards a more sustainable future.
The new collaboration will see us partner with the edie awards, along with a brand-new series of the edie podcast, which is due to launch in October.
Now in its 16th year, the world’s largest sustainable business awards scheme – formerly known as the Sustainability Leaders Awards – continues to champion bold and brilliant climate leadership. From the most ambitious net zero carbon programmes through to cutting-edge green innovations; from impactful climate partnerships and social sustainability initiatives to the heroes on the ground who are driving positive change.
Specifically, there will be the newly named Lloyds Bank Sustainable Business of the Year award at the edie awards 2023 and 2024. This special award recognises the organisations that have taken their environmental, social and financial performance to new heights in an effort to achieve a sustainable future, today.
In addition, we will partner a brand-new podcast series as an evolution of the long-running Sustainable Business Covered.
The new show will bring a fresh look and feel to climate podcasting, with the edie content and events team taking to a newly built studio for episodes featuring need-to-know industry round-ups, live interviews, listener quizzes and more, from across the world of sustainability and climate action.
It’s clear that a more sustainable economy promotes the UK’s long-term prosperity, while helping to make our planet more resilient. UK businesses have the chance to power and accelerate this transformation, and seize the huge opportunities presented. We work with our clients, not only to help finance this transition, but also to understand the challenges they face and the business prospects they look to capitalise on.
edie is the UK’s largest sustainable business media brand with almost 25 years’ heritage who are keen to shape the future of sustainable business leadership through their rich content and events – we look forward to being part of this journey.
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