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Fleet Evolution launches free Green GB Week-targeted webinars

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Fleet Evolution is holding a programme of free-to-view webinars on ‘greening the fleet’, timed to coincide with the start of the Government’s inaugural Green GB Week (October 15).

Working in partnership with businesses and civil organisations, Green GB Week which begins on October 15, is intended to highlight the opportunities that clean growth offers the UK, as well as raising the understanding of how businesses and the public can contribute to tackling climate change.

Fleet Evolution’s managing director Andrew Leech said: “We would like to support the Government’s first Green GB Week by holding these green fleet webinars for both fleet and HR managers alike.

"They are free-to-view upon registration to anyone interested in this key area of car fleet operation.”

A range of businesses, civil society groups and government will join forces across the country during the week to tell the story of clean growth and how acting to tackle climate change is a shared endeavor.

The webinars – ‘A Low Emission Motoring Future’ - start on Monday, October 15 at 2pm and on Wednesday, October 17, at 11am and again at 2pm, lasting around 40 minutes.

They will look at the business and social case for greening the fleet and the simple processes necessary to achieve this.

You can register for the webinars online, call 0300 302 0626 or email marketing@fleetevolution.com.



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