BECAUSE THE TIME FOR ACTION IS NOW
The climate emergency has grown beyond the choices that many individuals can make in isolation. This is now about business, sustainability, finance and policy leaders coming together and taking decisive action.
edie 23 is about making that action happen, at scale and at pace. With more than 25 years' experience delivering best-in-class events, we know how to put on a show which combines strategic insights with personalised, actionable takeaways.
YOU WILL EXPERIENCE...
3 themed stages (choose your own agenda)
New ways of thinking through powerful leadership keynotes
New ways of doing through never-before-heard case studies
Action-oriented interactive workshops
Facilitated (speed) networking
Sessions linked to editorial content via QR Codes
Health & wellbeing features to avoid burnout
Cutting-edge tech & solutions in our exhibitor lounge
"It was great to be steeped in such an immersive Sustainability experience for a couple of days and connect and meet practitioners and leaders from a wider variety of sectors. There were numerous excellent and inspiring presentations, it was eye-opening to hear of such a broad range of initiatives and philosophies, and the energy/dynamism in the room was palpable."
Louise Allan, Sustainability Manager, Defence Infrastructure Organisation
"It is not easy to devise an event that acknowledges and confronts the realities of the climate emergency, but nonetheless succeeds in sending delegates on their way feeling optimistic, motivated and inspired. Edie did this most successfully with an excellent, informative, thought-provoking and highly enjoyable event. I look forward to next year and to learning of good progress made."
Jacqueline Smith, Consultant Project Director, The Futures Institute at Dollar Academy (FIDA)
"I enjoyed every single minute of this event and met some amazing people. It was well planned and well thought out - I also loved that when I had to switch to virtual due to timing conflicts, it was accessible with subtitles which was a happy surprise."
Megan Strahle, Assistant Sustainability Advisor, The Bulb