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Lincoln Institute Virtual Learning Series

This FREE online event is hosted by The Lincoln Institute as part of their Complimentary Virtual Learning Series 

VfCA Climate Care Program: the business case for Net Zero

The world first Vets for Climate Action Climate Care Program is designed to make it easy for you to develop and embed an enduring culture of sustainability within your veterinary team.

All quality vet practices are proud of their commitment to 'best care' for animals. Climate change is the biggest threat to the future of animal health, so 'best care' should also include a commitment to Net Zero carbon emissions all the way through to 2050 and beyond.

Net Zero commitments are now widely promoted in the community, so how do you go about implementing a Net Zero strategy in a veterinary practice and how will it impact on the business fundamentals of profit, team purpose and client value?

The VfCA Climate Care Program enables you to align a culture of sustainability with your existing business strategies of standards of care, team retention, recruitment, marketing and budgets.

Business likes certainty and it is certain that climate change will continue to get worse, so a proactive practice should mitigate the risks and exploit the opportunities. The easiest way to do this is to join the VfCA Climate Care Program.

Speaker: 

Dr. Jeremy Watson

In 2020 I joined Vets for Climate Action to help amplify the role that veterinary teams can play in motivating our community to take urgent action on climate change. Within this organisation I have been working on the Climate Care Program for Veterinary Practices. In 2021 Brimbank Vet Clinic became the first vet clinic in Australia to be registered carbon neutral on the Australian Government Climate Active register. 2023 Chair of the Vets for Climate Action Climate Care Program Advisory Committee. Publications: The path to Net Zero carbon emissions for veterinary practice – Frontiers in Veterinary Science 2023

WHEN
February 29, 2024 at 1:30pm - 2:30pm
WHERE
Online
CONTACT
Lincoln Institute
TICKETS
FREE