UKLA and Lube magazine are hosting a special one-day conference addressing the impact and implications for the lubricants industry and its supply chains of ‘Putting Sustainability First’.This is a unique opportunity to reach out and communicate with industry leaders through presentations, discussion and debate. The conference will be launched with a keynote address by Chris Hines MBE, former Sustainability Director at the UK’s Eden Project and a leading motivational speaker, industry consultant and environmental campaigner. The event will examine the global, regional and sector impact that ‘putting sustainability first’ means for our industry.
UEIL’s Sustainability Committee Chair, Dr Christine Fuchs, will deliver a presentation sharing an overview on the committee’s activities and developments, and among key topics, the conference will ask – How are sustainability metrics measured and how are they applied? How are companies putting sustainability at the heart of their operations? What are the challenges they face in the process and how can ‘best practice’ strategies help those organisations who have yet to take up the challenge? What do we mean by ‘sustainability through innovation’ and is the sector doing enough in practice to achieve the demands of an increasingly challenging regulatory landscape? Or to satisfy and reassure a more politically aware public? What more can we do? What more must we do to engage all stakeholders and continue the drive for a more sustainable lubricants value chain?
Date: Join us on 9th March 2022 and be part of this important conversation.
Location: Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall, St James, London SW1Y 5ED
Limited capacity at the venue so book your seats now: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsorship packages for this unique event are currently available but going fast – please contact: email@example.com