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The key issues shaping the future of sustainable business

Supply Chain Management

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

08:30 - 09:00
Supply Chain Keynote: De-carbonizing the supply chain through new technology and innovations

To meet the 2-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.

Cisco John Kern SVP Supply Chain Operations Cisco

enel Ernesto Ciorra Chief Innovability Officer Enel

LanzaTech Jennifer Holmgren CEO LanzaTech

08:30 - 09:00
Plastics Workshop – Reduction, Recycle and Replace

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:

  • Reducing your plastic use – sustainable alternatives
  • Educate communities on plastic waste and recycling
  • Closing the loop on plastics

Walgreen Boots Alliance John Kotlarczyk Senior Director, CSR & Waste Reduction Walgreen Boots Alliance

Chicobag Andy Keller CEO & President Chicobag

Greenpeace John Hocevar Oceans Campaign Director Greenpeace

Sodexo Judy Panayos Sr Director, Sustainability, Supply Management Sodexo

08:30 - 09:00
Visibility beyond Tier 1 – Identify new risks and opportunities

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:

  • To get deeper in your supply chain to manage and measure your operational risks
  • Develop strategies and systems that deliver accurate metrics and oversight to monitor performance
  • Source consistent and reliable data across your tiers to make the right decisions to tackle climate action and human rights risks

Gap, Inc. Daniel Fibiger Director, Global Sustainability Gap

Subway John Scott VP – Global Quality, Food Safety & Sustainability Subway

Save the Children Wendy Blanpied Senior Advisor Save the Children

APG Asset Management Anna Pot Manager, Responsible Investments APG Asset Management

08:30 - 09:00
Beyond audits – Systems, collaborations and technologies that address human rights risks

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.

08:30 - 09:00
Engage and incentivize suppliers on new climate goals and action

For majority of businesses, the supplier-base is where the largest impacts on the environment occur. Successfully engage suppliers across the Tiers to help them adopt responsibilities and actions to truly drive impact at scale.

08:30 - 09:00
Modern Slavery – The investor perspective

Investors will share how they are making investments and moving funds based on Modern Slavery risks. Most of the session will then be devoted to Q&A where investors will be asked; what are their expectations on companies with regards to Modern Slavery? What’s the level of importance in investment decisions and how companies can engage them better on Modern Slavery mitigation?


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