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Full schedule of international dates from January 2015
Christopher Gleadle brings Sustainability, and the Green Economy to life and shows you how to
capture, create and deliver more value: serve customers better, reduce costs and mitigate
conspiring environmental and social risk to see opportunity for greater profit. His lively, interactive
and highly engaging training shows you how Sustainability can make all functions of a business fresh
and innovative to remove the barriers to growth. In seeing the largely hidden cost and risk to the
balance sheet, Christopher shows you how to use the power of Sustainable Life Cycle Analysis and
the Circular Economy to help you take a business, your business, beyond lean and create new
strategies for growth through developed provenance from integrated thinking and reporting - for
serious competitive advantage. Christopher will show you where to start, where and how to measure
and how to make a business sustainably viable.
Christopher has extensive commercial experience in both Fortune 500’s as well as development of
his own businesses across a diverse mix of industries. Additionally, Christopher actively supports,
participates and contributes to the various international accounting and reporting standards, and
sector specific guides, for the WRI & WBCSD Greenhouse Gas Protocol, the Global Reporting
Initiative, BSI, IIRC (Integrated Reporting), GISR, and other international sustainable development and
ESG rating standards. Furthermore, Christopher is an experienced public speaker, trainer and
business coach as well as author and co- author to six books on Sustainability, CSR and Corporate
Governance. Notwithstanding, Christopher has regular international columns and is regularly cited,
across business, NGOs and academia. By some, Christopher is recognised as one of the leading
international experts on Sustainability, ESG and the development of Sustainable Viability.
ACCA supports the UNEP definition of a green economy as one that ‘results in improved human wellbeing and social equity, whilst significantly reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcities.
In its simplest expression, a green economy can be thought of as one which is low carbon, resource
efficient and socially inclusive’.