Ethical Futures Event in partnership with Green Home Systems and Circularity Capital

On Wednesday 17th of November, Livingston James hosted a roundtable event as part of our Ethical Futures series; a series designed to spark engaging and forward-thinking conversations about creating a more ethical and environmentally friendly future. The event was host to executives from both private and public sectors and a range of industries including construction, property, housing association and professional services. Attendees were welcomed to the Livingston James library to hear presentations from Steven Easton, Founder of Green Home Systems and David Mowat, Partner of Circularity Capital.


Steven and David discussed their passion to eradicate fuel poverty and end climate change by helping reduce domestic carbon emissions and supporting businesses implement sustainable strategies for the future; a fitting topic following Glasgow playing host to COP26 this month. Chatham House rules apply, however for an introduction to the importance of implementing sustainable business practises you can find out more in our recent blog post.


Thank you to Steven, David and our guests who attended and took part in this engaging conversation.


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