Economist – 9th annual Sustainability Week

Monday March 4th 2024 | 155 Bishopgate, London

The 9th annual Sustainability Week, incorporating the Energy Transition summit (ETS),  will deliver vital information that you can use to move faster on reducing emissions and improving your environmental impact in 2024. With new how-to workshops, the CSO Leaders’ Club and our unique Action Hour sessions, alongside extensive networking opportunities and an exhibition, this is an event not to be missed.


More than 6,000 industries leaders will be partici;ated.

Associated events

Energy Transition Summit
The summit taking place on the eve of Sustainability Week – attending this event offers unique scope for networking—this is a time efficient way to benefit from two separate but related events. View the agenda here

How to workshops
Our pre-event “How to” sessions will focus on practical solutions to your business problems. Experts will deliver case studies followed by roundtable discussions with attendees. Summaries from these breakout discussions will then be presented back to the wider group.

Delegates may only attend one session and not move between tracks. Each session will have around 60 attendees.

The inaugural event will be held on March 4th in London and will deliver:

  • What to expect?

    – Independent first hand research from Economist Impact covering sustainability and CSO trends, released at the event
    An annual event on the eve of Sustainability Week, the event that attracts the highest seniority of any sustainability event in Europe

    – A moderated discussion over 2 hours with a ‘wedding’ style seating plan, focusing on solving problems faced by CSOs, cleverly mixing groups of attendees from different businesses together

    – 100 CSOs, CPOs and CFOs in attendance (please note this session is also for VPs and Directors of sustainability, procurement and finance)

    – A post event drinks for further networking

    – A summer reception at The Economist Group’s offices in London with the opportunity to meet and hear from our editorial teams

    – Year round relationships facilitated by our global series of Sustainability Week events with CSO Leaders Clubs taking place in New York, Cape Town and Bangkok

    – Opportunity to take part in The Sustainability Project voices series – an interview on our sustainability community platform (please note you will be contacted about this if eligible)