We know many of you are passionate about the environment and would like to make positive changes in your workplace, but where and how do you start?

We all have a vital role to play in helping to make sure that our workplaces are more environmentally friendly, and veterinary teams are well placed to help reduce the environmental impact of the profession, the wider industry, and the communities you serve.

BVA are pleased to be partnering with Vet Sustain and VDS Training to bring you the Greener Veterinary Practice Webinar Series, a free set of online events suitable for all levels of experience to help you in your journey to a more sustainable way of working. They will be navigating through the ‘Greener Veterinary Practice Checklist’, providing advice on how to motivate your team and make practical changes at work, as well as answering your questions about being more sustainable.

Register for all events in the series now, starting with the first webinar; ‘Empowering the team’.

Greener Veterinary Practice Webinar Series:
“Empowering the team

Wednesday 23 March, 7pm to 8pm Online via Zoom

Join for the first session of the Greener Veterinary Practice webinar series, and explore:
the workplace benefits that can be gained from ‘getting greener’the balance of implementing sustainable options whilst retaining patient safetythe impact environmental concerns can have on team members’ mental wellbeing

They will also discuss how to handle common barriers, keep motivated, tips to promote behaviour change and ways to engage your team. With BVA President Justine Shotton, Vet Sustain Director Zoe Halfacree, VDS Training Consultant Elly Russell, and BVNA Senior Vice President Jo Oakden.

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Join for the whole series!

There are six webinars in the Greener Veterinary Practices Webinar Series, all on Wednesday evenings, 7pm to 8pm:

If you’ve already implemented processes to improve your sustainability, you’re looking for some advice, or you’re just starting out with greening your workplace, register for each webinar for some practical tips and ideas.