Business Climate Stories with Norwich Theatre and Norwich Playhouse.

In a world where the urgency of climate change cannot be overstated, it’s essential that we take meaningful steps towards a sustainable future. We are pleased to share that our founder, Sarah Smith was recently invited to attend a panel discussion on Business Climate Climate Stories hosted by Norwich Theatre at The Norwich Playhouse.

The event featured passionate local business owners taking part in panel discussions sharing their journeys towards reducing their carbon footprint and combating climate change. The event not only shed light on the critical impacts that businesses can have on our environment but also highlighted the innovative and impactful strategies these leaders are employing to make a difference.

The event was spearheaded by Asher Minns Executive Director at the Tyndall Centre of the University of East Anglia, where he guided the audience through three insightful panels featuring speakers from across the Norwich business landscape.

Our Founder Sarah sat on a panel with Fran Ellington from TBLA Ltd, Edward Reed from Cornwall Insight and Rebekah Hill at Saxon Air Ltd. The panels covered three key topics; Business, Future and People.

Sarah discussed where she is at now with Dynamic Print & Eco Flower Supplies and our current sustainability efforts, this included taking the audience on our journey of transforming our industrial estate unit space into a haven for wildlife and to encourage biodiversity in the area, as well as sustainability swaps that we have made and our plans for the future.

Dynamic have also invested into a new Cardboard shredding machine which has eliminated bubble wrap and instead of paper going into landfill we have used this material into upcycled paper pads.

Sarah Smith says:
It is time to act now, climate change is not going away, let’s stop talking and let’s start doing !

To find out more about our sustainability papers visit our website here.