David and I are thrilled to report our participation in the Charterhouse School Sustainability Conference, that took place on March 14th in Surrey. The conference brought together educators, students, and thought leaders to share and discuss ways in which we can prioritize sustainability and promote a more sustainable future. As a leading independent school, Charterhouse recognises the global imperative to prioritise sustainability and has made it an important element of their future strategy.
Our participation in the conference was a valuable opportunity for us to engage with young minds and share our own holistic and systems thinking harmonious values and practices. At HES, we believe it is our responsibility to promote not just environmental sustainability, but to care for people as well as the planet. We recognise that the next generation of leaders will play a crucial role in achieving these goals and are committed to doing everything we can to reach the hearts and minds of young adults.
Overall, the Charterhouse Sustainability Conference was an inspiring and enlightening experience, which gelled well with our company values. We gained valuable insights into the thoughts and perceptions of young minds, which we can use to further expand our knowledge and expertise in this important area. We look forward to continuing to engage with Charterhouse and its students thereby helping to promote a more sustainable future.
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Working with young people and listening to their ideas, concerns and future direction has to be the way forward for all of us. Today’s students bring a new paradigm shift to work, economy and environment and we ignore at our peril. May this Conference open doors to many more young minds.
Thanks for your welcome comments. We very much concur.