A breakfast briefing webinar by the Guernsey IoD, will explore how partnering can work in theory and how partnerships have worked globally.
Tomorrow's event, between 08:00 and 09:00 is sponsored by Butterfield and JT making it free to attend.
The speakers will consider how partnerships can help overcome the hurdles between an idea and the effective delivery of progress against many of the UN's sustainable goals.
From using public and private partnerships to deliver the means by which climate transition technology can be funded to a partnership of corporate resources and third-sector expertise, the panel of speakers will look at how partnering is essential to successful outcomes.
The IoD Committee's lead for sustainability, Sally Rochester (pictured), will present alongside Tanya Gottlieb Jacobsen; State of Green, covering the theory and lessons learnt in practice.
Ms Gottlieb, Deputy Director at the State of Green, will discuss the Danish Government's Climate Partnership.
Deputy Lindsey De Sausmarez, President of the Committee for Environment and Infrastructure, will also introduce the session and join the presenters for questions from the audience.
The morning's agenda will include an introduction to partnering for sustainable goals, partnering models, the benefits of partnering identified through research and what partnerships have worked elsewhere.
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