Free Webinar: "What is a Water Footprint?"
Our last free lunchtime webinar was on water footprinting. The video recording can be viewed here.
Title: What is a water footprint?
Synopsis: Circular Ecology gave a free lunchtime webinar to learn about water footprinting - which is quite appropriately Guy Fawkes night.
Water security is a topic of rising importance. Each year it seems that drought, floods and weather events are becoming stronger and more extreme. This places global supply chains and nations at risk of water related problems. Too much or too little water can be equally detrimental and can bring entire supply chains to a halt.
So what can be done to mitigate against these risks?
Well, water footprinting is a tool that can help to analyse and expose water related risks in a supply chain. This could be a manufacturing supply chain, a food production supply chain or indeed any supply chain and in any sector.
This short webinar (20 mins presentation max) was delivered by Dr Craig Jones. It gave a visual introduction to water footpriting, what it is and how it can be used.
To support UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC) 'Embodied Carbon Week', April 7-11th, we ran a free lunchtime webinar on Wed April 9th:
Title: A single tonne of CO2e - Provenance, perspective, progression.
Synopsis: Over the last decade interest in carbon footprinting and embodied carbon assessment has increased significantly. But what does 1 tonne of CO2e really mean? Where does this carbon arise? How can we place it into a real world perspective? And what can we do to reduce it?
This free lunchtime webinar (30 mins + 15 min Q&A) was delivered by Dr Craig Jones, creator of the Inventory of Carbon & Energy (ICE) database.
The video recording and presentation slides may be viewed here.