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2030 world leaders in sustainable development

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Transcript of 2030 world leaders in sustainable development

OUR Vision
Drivers
in Conclusion...
Defining
Sustainable Development
The Pathway to a
sustainable future

Outlined objectives
Milestones towards change
The benefits & overcoming the barriers
Embedding New Habits
Atkins Short, Medium & Long Term Goals
Results & Global Outreach

Sustainable Offices
Developed innovative offices in run-down areas to improve the community

By 2030, Sustainability has developed as much as Health and Safety had in 2015



Raising money
Help fund scholarships, renewable energy and sustainability projects and initiatives
Selling sustainable merchandise
Entry tickets to Annual Social Events
Summer Camp Tickets

Medium Term
‘Back to Basics’ Camp
Short Term
influencing
Staff made a difference above and beyond their work commitments
Our impact makes the company a rewarding place to work.
“Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”
- Our Common Future, Bruntland Commission 1987
Outside ATKINS
Industry leading & sustainability associated
Green Engineering Designs
Future proofed cities
Floating Hub
Wind Turbine City
Help Solve Global Crisis
Middle East
Prevent/Resolve natural disasters
Space Exploration/Tourism
Alternative habitation

Global Outreach
Benefits within ATKINS
Achieve the four objectives set out
Educated Work Force
Brand enhancement within political and public forums
Fee generating/cost balancing initiatives
Investment in green technologies to make Atkins office smarter and more energy efficient

Looking Back...
Engaging Clients in our sustainability initiatives




Atkins Annual Sustainability Award Ceremony
Award sustainably active stakeholders

Daily Sustainability notes
, similar to
H&S moments - updated screen savers
Atkins Summer Camp
Aimed at Younger Generation to Undergraduates run by Atkins Staff – Collaboration with
redr
uk

People Engagement Scheme
Promote Atkins experts into political & public forums

Developed Global Sustainability Guidelines
Sustainability Hub - Promote 'Sustainability'
Having Mandatory Sustainability Courses for Atkins Staff

In order to influence others we need to

start with ourselves

“Go To” consultancy for Sustainable Engineering Solutions
Sustainability

– an opportunity to

innovate?

Or an
afterthought

and

box ticking

exercise?

Become world leaders in Sustainable Development

Engage with our clients to deliver sustainable solutions

Influence behaviour and attitudes towards sustainability

Bring new technologies and techniques that incorporate the sustainable use of resources to the common marketplace
Scholarships
Degrees in Renewable Energy, Sustainability and Environment subject

University of Atkins
To engage undergraduates in Sustainability & other Atkins relevant subjects, inspiring the next generation

Paper Free Atkins by 2030
Work online using digital tools & drawing boards. 3D augmented reality models and virtual reality rooms for Client meetings.


Long Term
Rob Macdiarmid
Head of Corporate Responsibility

United Nations
Headquarters
New York
2030 Award Winner:
Atkins Global
The Challenge
December 11th 2030


Jackie Chan
Elspeth Brown,
STP,
UAE

Middle East
Asia Pacific
Bangalore
Americas
UK
Farah Hassan,
DP&M,
UAE

Catherine Green,
HR Manager,
UAE

Jacqueline Hsu,
UL Aviation,
America

Ying Xin Neo,
F+G,
Singapore

Yuequi (Jane), Gao,
F+G
Singapore

Trupti Magdum, GDC, Manager
Bangalore

Sona Naik,
Comms & System,
Bangalore
Jen Sampson
W&E
UK

Faisal Razzaq
Offshore Renewables, Energy
UK

Phil Davis
L&D
UK

THE TEAM
International Graduate Forum
Bangalore
Americas
UK
Barath B,
W&E,
GDC
Challenge Volunteers
Disha Dinesha,
Rail,
GDC
Sarah Munn,
D&E,
UK
Gemma Townsend,
D&E,
UK
Alex Moore,
Oil & Gas,
Energy
UK
Chris Harper,
Rail,
UK
Tyler Larson,
Engineer I,
America
Abseen Anya,
Engineer I,
America
World Business Council for Sustainable Development
Vision 2050 Pathway Award
Four Key Objectives
Timeline
2020
2025
2030
2015
Initial Changes
Stepping Stone Goals
Long Term Targets
Atkins-Wide Sustainability Culture Embedded
Strategy Aligned with “One Atkins” 2020
Technology Drives Performance and Results
Zero Carbon Drive Gains Momentum
Atkins globally renown for innovative sustainable solutions
Enhanced reputation for Excellence in Design and Engineering
Sustainable practice integral in day to day operations
Highly Influential to the Global Sustainability Market
New Generation and the Future of Sustainability
instant impact
catalyst for success
new system -
same results

Engaging with stakeholders & clients
Makes us attractive to work with
Opens new markets and opportunities
Workforce morale
Complex projects engages staff with a variety of exciting challenges
barriers
Countries view the sustainable development differently
People view sustainability negatively
A lack of clear understanding of sustainability
Understanding of new technologies and ability to implement
Implementing
the change
What we can do specifically
The key is not what we do, but why we do it
International Graduate Forum
Challenges
Population Growth
Shanghai 1990-2010
Natural Resources
= ?
+
+
Sustainable Mind-set for a Sustainable Future
Focus on Sustainability in Client Engagement and Project Delivery
Sustainable Daily Routine
Atkins Sustainability Hub – A place for sustainable collaboration
Shwas Tikoo,
Rail,
Bangalore
Jill Codina,
HR Manager
Singapore

Michelle Williams,
L&D
America

How we can make a difference - take responsibility
Work Process
Sustainability considered an integral part of all work processes and projects

Office Culture
New culture & new sustainable standards E.g. Paper Free Atkins

INTERNAL
CLIENTS
PUBLIC
Political
Staff Engagement
Guidelines to engage staff at all levels

Reward
Award and recognise ATKINS employees

How do we
bring our clients with us
?
Awareness
Sustainability courses for clients

Opportunity
Influenced Clients with new Sustainable Design Ideas

Contribution
Taking Clients along with our outlook and vision

To influence the most important wheel in the change -
the public
?
Social Media
Communicated success to the masses and spread a sense of awareness and responsibility

Welfare
Addressed public issues

Education
Workshops for healthy and sustainable means of living

Attract Youth
Identifying youth as the torch bearer of this initiative and worked with them to promote it

To bring about
change on a global scale
.
Inspire
Inspired employees to have a voice in external forums

Influence
Placed employees with sustainable ideals into areas of influence

Change
Establish Political Action Committees to petition increased sustainability throughout our industry


Raised money to help fund renewable energy and sustainability projects and initiatives

Exchanging of Green Habits during Coffee Break
Encouraging sustainable thinking and exchange green habits/ideas on erase-able board in pantry
E.g. I brought my own tupperware for lunch today to bring back take-away food.
Sustainable solutions regarded as more expensive
Saikat Basu,
H&T,
GDC
Shovon Das,
Comms,
GDC
WHY
To develop a world that will last for our children
To take control and responsibility for our future
To not be the race that made themselves extinct
Should we care...
Choose your messenger
Showcasing
Making it normal
Surprise, prime, implement
Reward
Status Change
Make it fun
Time your entry
Reward
Reaching our targets
World business council for
sustainable development
Vision 2020
Pathway Award
2030 Award Winner:
Atkins Global
United Nations Headquarters New York
December 11th 2030
contents
International Graduate Forum (IGF) Background
The Team, IGF Members & Challenge Volunteers
The Sustainability Challenge, explained by Rob Macdiarmid, Head of Corporate Responsibility
IGF Response to the Sustainability Challenge:
Atkins Achieved Position In 2030
Our Set Out Vision
Drivers and Barriers
How We Influenced People
Short term, Mid Term & Long Term Milestones
Atkins Achievements Looking Back
Atkins External Global Outreach
Conclusion
Q&A

Reward
Sustainability Awards presented to Clients for their successful engagement
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