Webinar: Introducing the Carbon Emissions Learning Lab

Date:  29 November 2023
Host:  IHF

At the World Hospital Congress 2023 in Lisbon, we introduced the Carbon Emissions Learning Lab (CELL) the essential skills-development tool that drives leadership for environmental sustainability.

At the Geneva Sustainability Centre, we believe that learning by doing is the best way to understand the strategies that can help hospitals reduce their environmental footprint while improving human health. That’s why we developed CELL specifically for the healthcare sector. CELL is a skills tool for navigating net zero – a simulation, powered by real-world data, to support hospital leaders to become climate leaders through informed, sustainability-oriented decision-making. 

Users can experiment with different carbon-reduction initiatives and assess the impact of their decisions. Users can replay without limit, testing out the initiatives that really make an impact, and gaining knowledge on the key early, mid-term, and long-term decisions that can help their organization transition to low-carbon healthcare delivery.

For universities and colleges, CELL is an excellent addition to the curriculum, supporting high student engagement and improved learning outcomes. Likewise, CELL can be used as a training tool for working professionals, allowing for on-the-job training on sustainability interventions and strategies across the hospital environment.

At the World Hospital Congress, our team presented CELL to healthcare leaders and educators and the response was overwhelming. We want to give you the same opportunity to learn more about what CELL can do for your organization. Join our live webinar on November 29th at 3pm CET.

If you cannot attend this webinar, you can book a short demo to learn more: Carbon Emissions Learning Lab.

Ryan Crowder

Programme Lead – Strategic Initiatives

Ryan manages partnerships related to programmes and resources as well as commercial strategies for the IHF and the Geneva Sustainability Centre.

Andy Garman

Andrew Garman

Senior Leadership Development Advisor | Geneva Sustainability Centre

Andrew (Andy) is an industrial psychologist, professor, award-winning author and educator – bringing decades of experience facilitating learning programmes to his consultancy role.


Thomas Dakin

Programme Lead – Learning Programmes | Geneva Sustainability Centre

Thomas (Tom) leads the development and delivery of an executive-focused learning programme and its faculty, including masterclasses, study tours and peer learning.

SIM Institute

Tim Rogmans

Managing Director

Author and developer of award-winning business simulation games, case studies, and courses. SIM Institute is the development partner for the Geneva Sustainability Centre's CELL.

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