Rolls-Royce environmental sustainability - business response and challenges

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This keynote presentation is from Further Education Sustainability Summit which formed part of the EAUC's Annual Conference 2015 'Challenging Connections'. This Summit was developed in partnership with Association of Colleges (AoC). To find more presentations and resources from this Conference, search for EAUCConf15.

This keynote was presented by Nigel Marsh, Global Head of Environment, Rolls-Royce plc

For many businesses there is still much debate about what ‘sustainability’ really means to them and how they should respond. There is also the added dimension of how you want to
re-communicate this to your stakeholders and what the focus should be across all three pillars of ‘people, planet, profit’. In addition, for many there is a lack of capability and skills to move the agenda forward in a meaningful way.

In his presentation, Nigel shared how this is currently being played out in the Aerospace sector with a focus on the E pillar of sustainability for both their products and manufacturing operations.