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Free sustainability training for businesses and charities in Eastbourne

Business of any size, including not-for-profits and charities, based in Eastbourne are invited to a free workshop on making your business more sustainable.

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Date: Wednesday 13 March 2024, 9.30am to 4pm, with welcome and refreshments from 9am.

Venue: Locker Room, Devonshire Park, College Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 4JJ

The session is free but booking is essential as places are limited. Book at

About the training

Solid green credentials attract customers, boost employee satisfaction, open the door to tender opportunities, and help convince investors of your long-term prospects.

Reducing waste, improving energy efficiency, and investing in renewable energy can also lower your operating costs and boost profits.

This free workshop, exclusively for businesses and charities in Eastbourne, will help you get to grips with sustainability in your business.

You'll cover:

  • Measuring your current carbon footprint
  • The most impactful sustainability steps you can take
  • Creating a net zero action plan

You'll come away with all you need to build your unique business net zero plan and a thorough grounding in how to measure your carbon footprint including free access to the Clean Growth UK business carbon calculator.

Some feedback from past attendees:

"I have really enjoyed this course; it has been very insightful and useful for ideas of how to progress our sustainability program."

"Brilliant course - fantastic facilitation by very credible presenters."

"I found this course extremely useful, it has kick started our journey!"

This project is funded by the UK government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. It's delivered in partnership with Eastbourne Borough Council and the University of Brighton's Clean Growth UK team.

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