Bristol City Centre BID is collaborating with Bristol Climate & Nature Partnership to deliver free practical support to help organisations in the city centre accelerate climate action.
The Climate Action Programme offers free practical support to help businesses realise their climate ambitions, no matter the stage of their journey. Through our collaboration, a programme of events, and resources is being tailored to meet the needs of organisations in Bristol City Centre BID.
To ensure your business can make the most of this partnership and the range of free support on offer, join Bristol Climate & Nature Partnership and Bristol City Centre BID for a launch event on Wednesday 20 March at JLL from 12:30pm-2pm.
Enjoy a complimentary light lunch whilst networking with your peers and learn more about:
- Sustainability and Bristol City Centre BID – Tom Swithinbank, Project Manager, Bristol City Centre BID
- How the Climate Action Programme can support your business – Bex Shreeve, Engagement Officer, Bristol Climate & Nature Partnership
- Reflections on climate action in business – Amanda Skeldon, Director of Climate and Nature, JLL
Spaces are limited, please book your place by Friday 16 March.
If you have any questions about the event or the Climate Action Programme, please contact Bex
About Bristol Climate & Nature Partnership
Bristol Climate & Nature Partnership is a unique partnership of over 1,000+ member organisations that have committed to working towards a zero-carbon, socially just Bristol where all our communities and nature thrive.
You can read more about the collaboration between the Climate Action Programme and Redcliffe & Temple BID here
About Amanda Skeldon – Director of Climate and Nature, JLL
Amanda Skeldon is JLL’s Director of Climate and Nature. She leads on JLL’s Climate Action work within the UK, incorporating net zero carbon, climate risk, circularity and nature.
Prior to joining JLL, Amanda worked for Business in the Community (BITC) and was a co-lead on the cross-sector, EU-funded IGNITION project which focussed on developing innovative financing models for urban nature-based solutions. She has a broad range of experience working with businesses on ESG issues and strategic approaches to tackling the climate and nature crises. She is particularly interested in strategic nature-positive design to maximise the multiple benefits of nature in the built environment.