PE Live: The role of the net-zero workforce
The importance of climate change and environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting were already growing before Covid-19. Many organisations and governments have made high-profile commitments, driving a renewed focus on achieving net-zero ambitions and targets. As we emerge from the pandemic, governments and stakeholders are embracing the Green Recovery, as well changes in the composition of the workforce and a rapidly altering economic landscape.
To continue to grow and thrive, organisations will need to consider the work outcomes they deliver alongside the composition of their workforces. Establishing and sustaining a net-zero workforce with the right skills and capabilities will be vitally important to meet these legal, moral and environmental goals—as well as commercial objectives.
Join us to gain insight into how the net-zero workforce can play its part in the immediate recovery of the energy industry and have an active role in the energy transition.
The panel will discuss:
- What is a net-zero workforce?
- What are the implications of net-zero commitments on the workforce?
- How does a net-zero workforce impact the energy transition?
- What skills are required to establish and sustain the workforce of the future?
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