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Sustainability tips for Solihull businesses

Solihull Editorial 27th Feb, 2024   0

TIPS and advice on how businesses can hit their green goals are being offered at a webinar.

Business Growth West Midlands will be hosting a free webinar on Thursday (February 29) that outlines how Solihull Council and Birmingham City Council can support local businesses in creating, progressing towards and achieving their sustainability goals.

It will give an overview of the concept of net zero for suppliers of Birmingham and Solihull Councils, and businesses that are interested in becoming suppliers to the Councils.

From noon until 1pm local businesses are set to be given an insight into how increasing their energy efficiency can benefit their businesses.

And it will also Birmingham and Solihull’s ambitions to tackle climate change, the basics of greenhouse gas emissions and how to calculate a businesses’ carbon footprint.




The webinar will also detail the support and grant funding available for sustainability projects on offer.

Councillor Ian Courts, leader of Solihull Council said: “This webinar is a brilliant opportunity for the businesses we work with, and the businesses who are interested in supplying us, to learn more about our climate change, biodiversity, air quality and sustainability goals and take advantage of the wide range of resources available to support them.


“I encourage any local business who is starting out on their sustainability journey to book their place now for this free event.”

This event is funded by the Government’s UK Shared Prosperity Fund.

For more information about the Birmingham and Solihull Business Growth Hub click here.

To book a place on the webinar click here.

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