Thursday, October 15, 2015

52 low-carbon ways to get to the 5th annual edie Sustainability Reporting conference

I am sure you won't want to miss out on all the fun at the Fifth Annual Sustainability Reporting conference coming up (very) soon in February 2016 in London.

As usual, we promise you a spectacular line-up of movers and shakers totally fabulous speakers and panelists in a day to learn and share across a wide range of sustainability reporting topics. As usual, in the short time we have in the run-up to the conference, I'll be interviewing some of our speakers and whetting your appetite for dialogue and debate on the day. Watch this space! Here's the top billing:

So, now that you have decided to attend (book here) (write to me here for a discount code), here are 52 low-carbon ways to get to the conference:

  1. Walk
  2. Run
  3. Crawl
  4. Jog
  5. Amble
  6. Limp
  7. Skip
  8. Skate
  9. Iceskate
  10. Skateboard
  11. Bike
  12. Trike
  13. Hop
  14. Hitch
  15. Segway (Take care on cliffs)
  16. Wheelchair  (Break your leg first)
  17. Pram (A baby somewhere won't mind)
  18. Supermarket trolley (Remove shopping first)
  19. Scooter
  20. Rickshaw
  21. Carpool
  22. Motorbikepool (Spellcheck doesn't like this one)
  23. Camel (Let me know if you want me to bring one from the Negev desert)
  24. Donkey
  25. Horse
  26. Big dog
  27. Reindeer and sleigh (February is off-season)
  28. Teleportation
  29. Ride a drone
  30. Send yourself by Royal Mail  - second class (It's faster than first)
  31. Zipcar
  32. Pretend to be me
  33. Pretend to be lunch
  34. Pretend to be ice cream
  35. Virgin trains - first class. (You get great food and it's fun)

    Seen on a toilet seat on Virgin train first class to London
    Dinner on a Virgin train first class to London
  36. Attach yourself to a Sustainability Report. (Reports get free entry)
  37. Bring chocolates. (Quality Street is my fave) 
  38. Bring afternoon tea. (Love scones)
  39. Say "I love Sustainability Reports" very loudly 25 times at the registration desk
  40. Come from the past in Dr Who's Time Machine
  41. Dry-ski
  42. Pretend you are an infographic
  43. Say your middle name is G4
  44. Speak Chinese (Always wished I could read all those reports published in Chinese)
  45. Get pally with (the conference organizers)
  46. Swim (February is always rainy in London)
  47. Piggyback
  48. Ride a homing pigeon
  49. Drink biofuel
  50. Use Waze 
  51. Become bionic
  52. Think positive (It won't get you to the conference but you'll be in a good mood)
I hope these suggestions have been helpful.
Look forward to seeing you in February. 

I'll be using method number 32, pretending to be me, so if you are planning to use that one too, better get there early.

elaine cohen, CSR consultant, Sustainability Reporter, HR Professional, Ice Cream Addict. Author of Understanding G4: the Concise Guide to Next Generation Sustainability Reporting  AND  Sustainability Reporting for SMEs: Competitive Advantage Through Transparency AND CSR for HR: A necessary partnership for advancing responsible business practices . Contact me via Twitter (@elainecohen)  or via my business website   (Beyond Business Ltd, an inspired CSR consulting and Sustainability Reporting firm).  Need help writing your first / next Sustainability Report? Contact elaine:  

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