Business Live press report on Lighthouse Sustainability’s BCorp achievements News spreads quickly about Lighthouse gaining it’s BCorp certification Business Live article #BCorp #Start-up #News
Forest of Dean based start up company, Lighthouse Sustainability, has celebrated its first anniversary. We are celebrating by looking back at 2021 and what a year its been! #Startup #DoubleCelebration #1 #BCorp
The Circular Economy Meets Climate Emergency is a be Waste Wise panel exploring the critical role of circular economy in carbon reduction. Emma will be moderating on the be Waste wise “Circular Economy Meets Climate Emergency” panel, alongside fellow experts in the sustainability field Chris Whyte and Rebecca Griffiths.
The team at Lighthouse Sustainability would like to give a warm welcome to Luke Gennard, a junior consultant who started with us in early June! He’ll be on board helping keep things ship shape whilst we take on new and exciting projects. If you’d like to find out more about him, we gave him a […]
Perspectives from this fast-growing start up industry Is Reuse the New Recycling? – | be Waste Wise In 2019, a business that hands out 2.5 million straws and 30 million spoons each year admitted, “We’re not going to recycle our way out of this problem; we, and the rest of the world, need to get […]
‘Dear Emma, Thank you for submitting the B Impact Assessment for the Pending B Corporation application…..’#ActNow #BCorp 🤩https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6787356969616326657/
Thrilled to receive my certificate of Carbon Literacy yesterday and take part in a trainers workshop today. Happy to join this growing army of people who are taking a truly collaborative approach to upskilling individuals, businesses and councils. 17,000 + individuals now trained.Contact me if you’d like to train staff or become a carbon literate […]
This webinar explores what makes CE business models work in practice with panelists from the UK and the US. Our panel, hosted by Emma Burlow, have first-hand experience of implementing circular business models and share the lessons they have learned, and their tips for success. Click to view the event
As a sustainability professional, in a vast sector and surrounded by a fast moving range of issues, making an impact is a real challenge. Access to good networks and support from peers is crucial to support us in our work, inspire our ambitions and make change happen. Sharing experience and learning from others is key to the rapid acceleration of progress that we need.
This webinar introduces two vital support networks where you can access mentoring support, the Circular Economy Club and Sustainability Mentors. We hear from Daniel O’Connor and Inna Chilik on how these networks are supporting the sustainability professionals of the future.