Reset Connect

28 – 29 June 2022 | ExCeL London
Business | Investors | Entrepreneurs

Reset Connect

28 – 29 June 2022 | ExCeL London
Business | Investors | Entrepreneurs

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  • At Reset Connect, we aim to build sustainability through collaboration: we do so by building a business case for sustainability and by partnering with businesses who we trust are a force for good. We ...
  • Circular economy explained; is it the future of business?

    20 Jul 2021 Lakshmi Gunaratnasingam
    You may have heard of the circular economy.  This model proposes a regenerative, economic system that benefits businesses and the environment echoing self-replenishing circular systems found in nature ...
  • Purpose-Led business: winning formulas to close the loop

    05 Jul 2021 Lakshmi Gunaratnasingam
    Our first ever London Climate Action Week kicked off with our webinar on ‘Purpose-Led Business: Winning Formulas to Close the Loop’ featuring six experts from various backgrounds, who are all innovati ...
  • With the U.K. announcement to ban the sale of diesel and petrol vehicles by 2030 now has never been a better time to evaluate your vehicle fleet strategy. And there are significant benefits to switchi ...
  • The fashion industry has a pretty huge carbon footprint estimated to be around 10% of total emissions. Turning the industry on its head by renting, rather than buying, clothes could be one way to redu ...
  • The event industry continues to be hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic. No other industry is so fundamentally built around human interaction, whether it be crowds providing the magic touch to a sporting ...
  • Climate change is starting to give portfolio managers sleepless nights as its potential and real effects start to hit home. It is already changing how businesses are operating, governments legislating ...
  • Renewable energy and the pathway for business

    10 Jun 2021 Lakshmi Gunaratnasingam
    Switching to renewable energy is a critical part of any businesses plans to reach net zero, but misconceptions around what it entails and perceived costs remain barriers. Let’s explore the steps busin ...
  • Whose responsibility is sustainability?

    08 Jun 2021 Sazaff Rahman
    Four people walk into a bar, a CEO, HR officer, manufacturing manager and consumer. Before they order, the bartender asks: “Which one of you is responsible for sustainability?” Everyone points at each ...
  • It’s fair to say that Hydrogen has never been so hot. Let’s take a look at this fuel that promises so much and what industries are likely to take it up as a new fuel source. What is it? Hydrogen is a ...
  • We’ve all heard the term Greenwashing before. First coined by environmentalist Jay Westerveld in 1986, after visiting Hawaii and being struck by a sign in a hotel he’d snuck into to steal a towel whic ...
  • Global governments are starting to pick up the pace around climate change. Whether it’s Biden’s pledge to reduce U.S. emissions by 50% by 2030 or Boris’ to reduce the U.K’s by 78% by 2035, there is a ...
  • Since the 1960s climate scientists have had a strong consensus around the science of climate change and warned us of its disastrous effects. However, transforming this insight into consumer demand for ...
  • Design is a fundamental element of pretty much every aspect of our world today. It makes life a bit easier for us all. But for a long time, it has forgotten a vital element; our planet and its finite ...
  • 5 Sustainability mistakes to avoid

    26 Apr 2021 Luke Baker
    It’s been impossible to miss in the headlines, whether it be Microsoft targeting to go Carbon Negative or Brewdog announcing the creation of a Scottish forest (don’t worry you don’t need to grow a for ...
  • Tomorrow is Earth Day, first started on April 22nd 1970 when over 20 million people took to the streets across the United States to protest against the environmental destruction taking place across th ...
  • So much of the modern society we all experience today is built around this idea of consumerism. In short, consumerism says it is good for us to buy and use a large quantity of goods and services. But ...
  • Social value is a term that has started to be thrown around a lot by organisations today but what is it really? And how is it linked with the environmental crisis we find ourselves in? We are all fami ...
  • As we accelerate toward a net-zero future our energy mix is irrevocably changing. This shake-up however is also bringing with it another fundamental question. Could the reliance on national energy sup ...
  • We recently caught up with Tim Keaveny, Founder of Homethings, a purpose-led brand, offering dissolvable tablet based cleaning products that aim to reduce the amount of household plastic used.  We fin ...
  • So where are the UK and our European neighbours on climate change currently? It’s difficult to keep up with the different pledges taken by governments, over what timeframes and importantly whether any ...
  • Back in November, it was announced by the UK government that there would be a full ban on cars powered exclusively by petrol or diesel by 2030 with a follow-on ban on hybrids by 2035. A significant de ...
  • From Microsoft to Unilever and Stripe, they all have one thing in common, they’re striving to drive sustainability across their businesses. We’ll take a look at how all these leading companies are app ...
  • Plastic is all around us. It’s in our clothes and toys, as well as our furniture, cars and cell phones. If you want an example of how much it dominates the products we buy take a look at cars, plastic ...