The majority of environmental and societal pressures fall within the supply chain. Discover new emerging innovations, technologies, and collaborations critical to sustainable, cost-effective supply chain strategies
To meet the 1.5-Degree target requires ambitious investments and innovations in technologies, strategies and clean energy. But to make a carbon intensive business sustainable, you’re always aiming at a moving target. How do you successfully navigate this shift? Discover some of the leading innovations, smart technologies and renewables that are accelerating the move to a low-carbon supply chain.
John Kern SVP Supply Chain Operations Cisco
Ernesto Ciorra Chief Innovability Officer Enel
Jennifer Holmgren CEO LanzaTech
Moderator: Lori Michelin President and CEO World Environment Center
Plastic has been an invention that has been seen until recent years as the perfect material for product packaging.
However, its strengths are also its weakness. In this 90-120 minute Chatham-House rules workshop, learn how to:
John Kotlarczyk Senior Director, CSR & Waste Reduction Walgreen Boots Alliance
Andy Keller CEO & President Chicobag
John Hocevar Oceans Campaign Director Greenpeace
Judy Panayos Sr Director, Sustainability, Supply Management Sodexo
Keith Christman Managing Director, Plastics Markets American Chemistry Council
Most of the risks and opportunities to a business lie beyond the first tier. Both internal and external stakeholders expect visibility and transparency beyond Tier 1 within your supply chain. In this session learn how:
Moderator: Dan Strechay Interim Director of Outreach & Engagement and U.S. Representative RSPO
John Scott VP – Global Quality, Food Safety & Sustainability Subway
Wendy Blanpied Senior Advisor Save the Children
Anna Pot Manager, Responsible Investments APG Asset Management
Chris Morrison CEO Transparency-One
Jaren B. Dunning Legal Director, Human Rights PepsiCo
Whilst audits serve an important purpose in managing risks through the tiers of the supply chain, added layers are required to identify human rights violations and ensure decent work within the supply chain. New systems, technologies and collaborations can help identify and solve these risks at the source.
Michael Levine Vice President and Managing Counsel, Sustainability Under Armour
Brent Wilton Director of Global Workplace Rights Coca Cola
Paul Lalli Global Counsel, Labor & Human Rights General Electric
2020 deforestation targets are fast approaching, and many companies haven’t reached what they set out to. What does leadership look like moving forward? Learn how your company can take the lead on deforestation and drive change through partnerships on a national level.
Dan Strechay Interim Director of Outreach & Engagement and U.S. Representative RSPO
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