Closing on Wednesday: Take our sustainability survey to win a free edie 23 ticket
Business leaders and sustainability and net-zero professionals are being called upon to take a new survey compiled by edie’s content team, which explores the biggest drivers, challenges and opportunities facing corporate sustainability and climate action in 2023.
Now in its fourth year, the annual Sustainable Business Leadership Survey captures how edie readers feel about the green economy and their individual work, along with their organisation’s sustainability and CSR priorities to help forecast the expected future of corporate sustainability.
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The 10-minute online survey is primarily targeted at in-house sustainability/CSR/energy leaders and managers who hold some level of responsibility for their organisation’s strategy in these areas. This year’s survey has a particular focus on leadership and skills, and on sustainable finance – two critical areas for the future of green business.
The results of the survey will be curated into a full report which will be published as part of edie’s Business Leadership Month – a bumper month of thought-leadership discussions, exclusive interviews and authoritative reports, all dedicated to dedicated to empowering, connecting and celebrating the individuals and teams who are changing business, for good. You can read last year’s Business Leadership report here.
As an added incentive, all survey respondents have the opportunity to be entered into a prize draw to receive a free pass to edie 23 – the premier annual event for sustainability and net-zero leaders taking place on 1-2 March – along with the edie Awards ceremony which takes place on 30 March.
All individual responses will be kept anonymous.
This survey will close on the evening of Wednesday 22 February.
The 2023 Sustainable Business Leadership Survey
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I would have added « a genuine passion for the cause » to the last question, but the reason I didn’t click it is because I consider it a given. Passion moves mountains!