This webinar will be open to chambers of commerce, their members, and the general public.
Multiple Chambers of Commerce from around the world will discuss and introduce their sustainability programs that have benefited their chambers and their business members, as well as offer any advice for chambers who may want to become more sustainable.
In the questions part of the webinar, we will also be collectively discussing any interest in forming a coalition between chambers with similar sustainability-related programs. Through this, we can learn from each other.
-This webinar is completely free
-Zoom link: TBD
–This webinar will be an online event, via zoom. Participants will register now, so that they can recieve an email with the zoom link one day prior to the event, and once again on the same day of the event.
The U.S. Green Chamber is excited to welcome the chamber speakers and all other participants! We are one step closer to achieving this green revolution.
Webinar Speakers — Biographies and Program Summaries: TBD
Sinéad Healy (Dublin Chamber of Commerce)
Biography– Sinéad Healy is Sustainability Manager with Dublin Chamber of Commerce where she is central to the development of its sustainability public affairs agenda and strategy.
Prior to working with Dublin Chamber, Sinéad worked in the NGO sector and in corporate PR. Sinéad holds an MSc in International Relations from University of Edinburgh and a BA (Joint Honours) History and English from University College Cork.
Description– Dublin Chamber launched its Sustainability Academy (Sponsored by AIB) in February 2020 with the objective to provide first of its kind training to the business community in the Greater Dublin Area. Offering training ranging from Sustainability 101 to Green Public Procurement from a trusted source within the business community, Sustainability Academy aims to aid businesses that want to ready themselves for a greening economy and a low carbon future.