How to identify and integrate Future Megatrends in your Environmental Systems
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How to identify and integrate Future Megatrends in your Environmental Systems

25/10/2017
When: 25th October 2017
12:30pm
Where: Online
United Kingdom

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IEMA Webinar

Presenters: David Symons CEnv and Rachel Jones

We know the future is going to be different. From future climates to energy prices. From future customer expectations to new laws and policies. Yet although we know the future is going to be different, it’s also hard to think beyond the present, to think out of the world we’re living in today. But think back ten, fifteen, or twenty years. Our phones, the internet, how we shop have all changed  significantly, yet other elements – human nature, work-life patterns and our homes haven’t changed that much. Understanding how the world might look in the future and taking action to prepare for this future is a key role for senior management, as well as near term budgets and operations. To support this, the revised environmental management system standard, ISO14001:2015 now also requires organisations to consider how the world around them will change, and to include these future trends in their planning.

This webinar highlights:

1. How and why are future trends important to organisations and their environmental systems:
2. How to practically identify what future trends are relevant to your organisation; 
3. A practical overview of some of the key trends that we’re expecting.

In this webinar, David Symons and Rachel Jones from WSP (one of the world’s leading environmental, engineering and professional services consulting firms) will highlight the new guidance document designed to map, manage and mitigate the impacts of megatrends.

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