*Fees are a guide only. Exact cost will be dependent on requirements and are subject to change.
Parisa Wright is a Chief Sustainability Facilitator who has spent 20 years in business and the legal sector. After three and a half years in FTSE100 corporate sustainability and running a sustainable living charity, Parisa is an expert voice on CSR and embedding sustainability goals within a business’ culture.
About Parisa Wright
Parisa Wright is excited by the synergy between individual action and efficiency of sustainability transformation in organisations. She believes that when it comes to climate change “stronger together” is not a tag line but a guarantee. Parisa’s talks, workshops and brainstorms are designed to support the cultural change necessary in businesses who are setting new ESG or Sustainability targets and transforming to reduce their environmental impact.
Parisa Wright founded and runs sustainable living charity, Greener & Cleaner. The charity works tirelessly to facilitate inclusive community engagement and to empower the public to personally connect with and address the climate crisis, biodiversity loss and air pollution individually and collaboratively, locally.
Available for keynote speeches, interactive employee workshops and one-to-ones, Parisa is happy to tailor her sessions to businesses. This helps to highlight the areas in which senior management and employees in general can get involved in helping the business achieve its own particular sustainability targets, within the context of their roles or departments.
Parisa’s talks and workshops allow organisations and business to support staff in understanding and engaging with sustainable living on a person level and then from a corporate collaboration angle. In turn, you can expect a variety of benefits to employees, including improved mental and physical wellbeing; reduced absences; improved costs of living and business costs (through waste reduction); more active engagement and support of the business’ sustainability goals (reducing the time and expense required to make the necessary changes to process and procedure); improved loyalty and retention and recruitment (in all demographics).
While empowering employees to reduce their carbon footprint, save money and improve their wellbeing at home and at work, businesses can also expect benefits including cutting the cost and time required to meet business sustainability targets; reducing emissions and waste related to regular working venues and also WFH; having additional positive items to include in their regular reporting (e.g. ESG Reporting, Sustainability Reporting, Diversity & Inclusion Reporting (climate justice is social justice) and Parental Support Network Reporting, internal employee comms etc).
- Embedding Sustainability into your business’ culture
- Starting on your Sustainability Journey
- Reducing the Carbon Footprint of Your Home Office
- Going Green & Saving Money
- Making your Garden more Wildlife Friendly
- Zero Waste Christmas / Halloween / Easter
- Top Sustainable Business Tips for SMEs, Charities and Entrepreneurs
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