Since its inception, the EU Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) has sought to be a tool to help companies reduce their environmental impact and gain acceptance in their area by being transparent about their environmental performance and maintaining an open dialogue with stakeholders.
- But how can you involve staff in environmental management?
- How are the EMAS tools helping to involve staff and top management in reducing environmental impacts and enhancing resource efficiency?
- What good practices has EMAS identified for involving employees and stakeholders in its 30 years of experience?
- Do people recognise the importance of their day-to-day behaviour in achieving environmental improvements at work and at home?
To answer these questions and have an interesting discussion with the audience, EMAS and ECESP organised a webinar on 26 October 2023, to learn more about EMAS and the importance of involving staff, top management and stakeholders in the circular transition.