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BIID launches new sustainability advice service for members

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The service will offer advice on carbon footprints, sustainability strategies and more.

The BIID is delighted to announce that it is adding to its existing legal, HR and CDM helplines by launching a brand new sustainability advice service for members focused on sustainability. The service will be operated by Sustaineers Consultants, an alliance of sustainability consultants whose mission is to help organisations transition towards sustainable development and a regenerative, clean, and inclusive future.

The service includes an initial free 30 minute telephone consultation on sustainability related topics including:

  • Carbon footprint and net zeo
  • Energy efficency and low carbon buildings
  • Sustainability strategy
  • Sustainability Development Goals (UN SDGs)
  • Designing for the circular economy
  • Impact reporting
  • Waste management
  • Supply chain management
  • Sustainable marketing and communications
  • Social sustainability
  • Training and education

Details of how to book a call can be found in the Member Area.

Susanne Conway of Sustaineers Consultants said:

"We are delighted to be working with the British Institute of Interior Design on their sustainability advice service. Each design practice, regardless of their size, is in the position to directly impact their industry's footprint on the planet, and to create a ripple effect with their clients and suppliers. Sustaineers Consultants can help by providing practical, manageable steps for interior designers to incorporate into their own businesses and client projects."

Please note: the advice service is initially being run as a pilot scheme, and will be reviewed 6 months after launch.