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 October 2022

There's still time to join the Mayor of London's Business Climate Challenge 2022

18 Camden businesses have been accepted onto the Business Climate Challenge 2022 - the Mayor of London's energy efficiency programme helping businesses to reduce their energy consumption, energy bills and carbon emissions. 

Each organisation will receive £6,000 worth of free energy consultancy services to future-proof their business against rising energy costs, whilst tackling the climate crisis. We're looking for more Camden businesses to take part in this unique opportunity.

How to get involved:
  • Find out more information about the scheme, support available, participation criteria and how to apply before the end of November on our webpage
  • For any direct queries please contact:  
Hear from some of our successful businesses on why they applied:

Julie Tucker, PR & CSR Manager, BE Offices:

"Our BE Offices Bankside took part in the 2021 Business Climate Challenge pilot and received Mayoral recognition for reducing our energy consumption by 28 per cent. It was a no-brainer to apply for our two Camden-based premises, BE Offices Euston and Headspace Group, Hatton Garden to take part in the 2022 scale-up."

Shaheen Mamun, Director, Black Antelope Law: 

"We at Black Antelope Law were keen to participate in the 2022 Mayor’s Business Climate Challenge in order to be part of the London-wide green recovery, doing our part to help the transition of our city to net-zero and show sustainability commitments to our colleagues, clients and stakeholders." 

Corinne Beaver, Operations Director, The Place:

"We look forward to the invaluable support and insight the project will provide to help deliver on our commitment to become a net zero building by 2030, as well as sharing the learnings with staff, students, partners and artists to further drive environmental responsibility.”'

CCCA Workshop - "Post COP27: What next for Camden?" Tues 29 November, 9 - 11.15am

Join the CCCA and like-minded organisations for our "Post COP27: What next for Camden?" workshop.

This morning session will build on the "collaboration" theme of both COP26 and COP27, bringing together businesses for a hands-on workshop that aims to create opportunities for immediate and deliverable climate action.

The workshop will support businesses navigate barriers to implementing pro-environmental behaviours and processes in their workplaces whilst weaving in themes and outcomes from COP27. Key discussion areas will include energy efficiency, staff engagement, partnerships and more.

When: Tuesday 29 November 2022, 9.00 - 11.15am
Where: Phoenix Court, 2 Brill Place, NW1 1DX

A light breakfast will be provided from 9.00am for a prompt 9.30am start. Further details about the workshop will follow.  

Secure your place and register for the workshop here.

Unlocking value within our communities - can you help?

We're looking for businesses to be a part of our Climate Connectors programme and help mobilise and inspire meaningful climate action across Camden's schools and communities.

Businesses could support in a variety of ways, including but not limited to:

  • Funding
  • Donation of materials or resources
  • Corporate volunteers
  • Or if you have any ideas for local projects, we want to hear from you!

What is the impact of supporting a local project?
In May 2022, sponsorship from Urban Partners and Google made it possible to host a climate event for more than 70 Camden students at Samsung KX.

Students joined local experts for discussions across a range of topics including energy efficiency and the built environment, climate justice, fashion, waste and air quality, to help them deliver climate action within their schools.

One student said, "I enjoyed collaborating with schools and hearing from other students in Camden with similar aims and goals for sustainability".

To express your interest, contact the Think and Do team here

Join Camden Town Unlimited for the Camden Green Loop Launch - Wed 30 Nov, 6 - 8.30pm

Camden Town Unlimited are launching a new map with Footways to celebrate walking routes, green spaces and cultural destinations in Camden.

The map helps to deliver on the 'Camden Green Loop' initiative, a neighbourhood strategy that places good public realm design at the heart of Camden, whereby communities are more interconnected with their surrounding areas. 

Local businesses and community groups have helped to shape the missions and identity of the initiative to date and the launch event will encourage a continuation of discussions around what future neighbourhoods could and should look like.

The evening will consist of a panel discussion as well as an opportunity to network with local businesses and residents.

Reserve your space for free here.
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