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Fleet Street Quarter Climate Festival

LOCATION: Various venues located within the Fleet Street Quarter

Fleet Street Quarter is excited to be hosting a Climate Festival on 25th and 26th June, as part of London Climate Action Week 2024.

The programme includes high-profile climate experts including Charlie Ogilvie, previously Director of Strategy for COP26 at the UK Cabinet Office, Chris Skidmore, former energy minister and author of The Net Zero Review, Alison Gowman, Member Lead for Climate Action at the City of London Corporation and Martha Grekos, City of London Alderwoman and Planning and Environmental Law Barrister.

Across the two days, more than 20 senior leaders in the sustainability, property, finance, media and legal sectors will share their insights on some of the most pressing challenges and opportunities facing business within the Fleet Street area and beyond.

View the programme here.

All events are free to attend and there is an opportunity to attend an evening networking session at the end of each day from 6pm. Tickets to individual events are going fast so sign up now to reserve your spot.

-Can London still be a centre for the net zero global economy? Register here

-Climate Action: The Role of Media, Advertising and Brand Register here

-What Does 2024’s ‘Year of Democracy’ Mean for Business and the Planet? Register here




Understanding your position in the legal supply chain

LOCATION: Clyde & Co, The St Botolph Building, 138 Houndsditch, London EC3

Understanding your position in the legal supply chain. Why should Barristers and Chambers measure and report their carbon emissions?

Legal counsel are a crucial part of the legal supply chain. As the pressure increases on private practice to measure and report across their scope 3, every supplier needs to be able to measure and report on their contribution to a firm’s footprint. This includes barristers in receipt of instructions from law firms. The Bar Council, the LSA and Clyde & Co are delighted to invite you to join us for a discussion workshop on what this means for chambers.

We will cover:

  • Why measure? Why does it matter?
  • What to measure? Understanding scope 3 and the GHG protocol
  • How to approach measurement and management of emissions and the role of the Bar Sustainability Network
  • Reducing your emissions – taking action

Speakers include:

Estelle Dehon KC – Cornerstone Barristers

Patrick Linighan – Chief Sustainability Officer, Clyde & Co

Paul O’Sullivan – Senior Global Procurement Manager, Clyde & Co

Amanda Carpenter – Director, LSA Secretariat

Register here




LSA Summer Event – A Legal Lifeline for Nature

LOCATION: Norton Rose Fulbright, 6-8pm

Nature related risks are increasing in political and commercial importance as science demonstrates the steep decline in wildlife populations – down 70% since 1970. Why does this matter to law firms and their clients?

The recent legal opinion commissioned by Pollination and Commonwealth Climate and Law Initiative found that Board Directors could potentially breach their duties by failing to consider or act on relevant nature-related risks, which could lead to personal liability.

Join us and our invited guest speakers Sharif Shivji KC who co-authored the opinion and Clare Brook CEO Blue Marine to hear what law firms should be thinking and doing about biodiversity and how best they can advise their clients.

Register here


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The LSA Carbon Calculator is a free to use online platform that members can use to measure all your emissions – across scopes 1 2 and 3. Compliant with SECR and SBTi this online tool has been designed especially for law firms. Use it as many times as you want for as many locations as you want.

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Simply collect your emissions data for energy, water, waste, travel, procurement and scope 3 supply chain – and the tool does the rest. Using the latest DEFRA emissions factors the Carbon Calculator gives you an accurate picture of your annual CO2e emissions.

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Set targets for reduction. Your carbon footprint is the starting point to set targets for emissions reduction. You don’t have to be an SBTi firm to be on a net zero journey – set a target to reduce year on year and start your journey today.

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