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Transform 2020 October, 2020 · Amsterdam, Netherlands

2019 Conference Agenda

07:30 - 09:00
REGISTRATION, EXHIBITION & WELCOME COFFEE
08:50 - 09:00
Opening Remarks

Ethical Corporation Brenda Staines Programme Director Ethical Corporation

09:00 - 09:45
Circularity Keynote: Transitioning from a Linear to Circular Strategy

Increasing pressure on natural resources are forcing companies to take a Life-Cycle-Analysis approach from product development to end consumer. Hear from leading global businesses on how they’re re-strategizing the business around a circular approach and change consumer’s behaviour.

Terracycle Tom Szaky CEO Terracycle

Tetra Pak Mario Abreu Vice President Sustainability Tetra Pak

Philips Robert Metzke VP Global Head of Sustainability, Chief of Staff Innovation & Strategy Philips

Moderator: Circl8 Marcel Jacobs Founder Circl8

09:45 - 10:05
Supply Chain Keynote: Creating Best Practices in Sustainable Supplier Engagement

More and more companies are setting ambitious sustainability targets to decarbonize their supply chains. These targets are not only important from an environmental perspective, but they make business sense too. Hear how companies are designing and implementing sustainable strategies with their suppliers.

Navigant Jeroen Scheepmaker Associate Director Sustainability Solutions Energy Navigant

10:05 - 10:20
Clean Energy Keynote: Achieve an Inclusive Low-Carbon Future

In the next 15 years energy is expected to account for nearly 30 percent of total core infrastructure investment, around U.S. $25 trillion. However, most businesses don’t have the capacity or support to deliver the required change. Hear how companies are tackling challenges to accelerate the process, improve energy productivity and support those that don’t have the resources.

Renault-Nissan- Mitsubishi- Alliance Francisco Carranza Managing Director Nissan Energy Renault-Nissan- Mitsubishi- Alliance

10:20 - 10:30
Presentation from 3Degrees TBA
10:30 - 11:15
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK
Room A
Room B
11:15 - 12:15
Workshop: From Pilot to Scale – How can Companies Mainstream a Circular System

Implementing a circular system across your operations is no easy task. Improving your products, trying new materials and changing your operations generate costs and risks to the business. In this 120-minute workshop learn how to:

  • Map the full value chain of a new circular model
  • Identify potential risks and opportunities across the chain
  • How to measure your progress towards the circular economy
  • Attribute accounting values to investments & implementation of circular operations

IKEA Dominique Fularski Head of Communication Circular IKEA IKEA

GRI Anna Krotova Standards Division Manager GRI

Signify Thomas Marinelli Head of Sustainable Design & Products Signify

Moderator: Circle Economy Jacco Verstraeten-Jochemsen Lead Business Solutions Circle Economy

Embedding Human Rights and Environmental Data Within the Procurement Process Workshop

Business are increasingly realising the costs associated with failing to address social and environmental impacts within the supply chain. Embedding these two data sets in the procurement process is now paramount- along with lead time, quality and price. Hear how leading companies have developed such a system.

DNB Caroline Bergrem-Maldan VP Supply Chain Sustainability DNB

Ab-Inbev Clare Flannery Responsible Sourcing Director Ab-Inbev

IHG Laura Simmonds Head of Responsible Procurement IHG

Moderator: business_and_human_rights_resource_centre Mauricio Lazala Deputy Director for Europe and Latin America Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

12:15 - 13:15
Workshop: From Pilot to Scale – How can Companies Mainstream a Circular System [Continued...]
Beyond Audits – New Approaches, 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 slavery and other human rights violations. How can companies implement new effective technologies and collaborations to identify and solve these risks at the source?

UNICEF Netherlands Suzanne Laszlo Executive Director UNICEF Netherlands

Oxfam Sabita Banerji Senior Policy Advisor - Human Rights Oxfam

METRO Nina von Radowitz Head of Corporate Responsibility METRO

business_and_human_rights_resource_centre Mauricio Lazala Deputy Director for Europe and Latin America Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Moderator: UNICEF Netherlands Tirza Voss Senior Technical Advisor Terre des Hommes

13:15 - 14:30
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING LUNCH BREAK
14:30 - 16:00
Redesigning Products Through a Circular Lens Workshop

Companies must drive new thinking across all areas of supply chain management to close the loop on the product cycle starting from the design of the product without compromising the value proposition & quality. How can you work with R&D teams to integrate circularity into your products?

IKEA Malin Nordin Development leader for Circular IKEA IKEA

TOMRA Volker Rehrmann Executive Vice President, Head of TOMRA Recycling and Mining; Head of TOMRA’s Circular Economy Team TOMRA

Huhtamaki Wouter van Tol Head of Corporate Responsibility Huhtamaki

emma Iris van Wanrooij Program Manager Corporate Social Responsibility EMMA safety shoes

Moderator: Circl8 Marcel Jacobs Founder Circl8

Partnership Workshop: Restoration of the Natural Capital

The loss of biodiversity, deforestation, access to clean water are critical issues for the world. Business now are realising they must transform and collaborate to deliver restorative growth strategies. In this 90-minute workshop share ideas with fellow peers on how companies and industries can partner & implement nature-based solutions in a manner that delivers a net-positive impact on the environment.

  • Identify new cross industry partnerships
  • Collaborate with stakeholders to restore biodiversity
  • Educate and incentive the whole value chain to prevent unsustainable practices

WWF Raphaele Deau LFL Market Lead WWF

UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre Sharon Elizabeth Brooks Senior Programme Officer; Business and Biodiversity Programme UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre

Canadian Council of Forest Ministers David Andison Program Lead, Healthy Landscapes Program Canadian Council of Forest Ministers

interface_inc Geanne Van Arkel Head of Sustainable Development Interface EMEA

Moderator: Circle Economy Tamara Veldboer Senior Consultant Business & Insights Circle Economy

16:00 - 16:30
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK
16:30 - 18:00
Collaboration Case Studies: Transforming to a Circular Industry

Through in-depth case studies hear how innovative companies are working across their value chain to drive chain. Areas of focus include:

  • Collaborating with volatile governments
  • Working with vulnerable suppliers to implement circular practices
  • Educating the consumer to take action and adopt sustainable practices

Rabobank Karolina Ryszka Economist Circular Economy and Energy Transition Rabobank

Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. John J. Kotlarczyk, Jr. CCEP, CIPP/US, Senior Director, CSR & Waste Reduction Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc.

Ministry of Infrastructure and the Water Management Cuno van Geet Strategic Policy Advisor Circular Procurement Ministry of Infrastructure and the Water Management

RS Sustainability Ruud Scheerder Founder RS Sustainability

RS Sustainability Nella Baerents Global Sustainability Director Kraton

Moderator: Circl8 Marcel Jacobs Founder Circl8

Packaging workshop: The quest to replace plastic packaging

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-minute workshop, split by industry, learn how to:

  • Reducing your plastic use – sustainable alternatives
  • Educate communities on plastic waste and recycling
  • Replacing plastics without impacting durability or quality

The Body Shop Lee Mann Global Community Trade Manager The Body Shop

Stora Enso Kristina Veitola Director, Sustainability Stora Enso

Stora Enso Claudia Bierth European Sustainability Manager Ball Beverage Packaging Europe

Mott MacDonald Rowan Byrne Principal Marine Environmental Scientist Mott MacDonald

H&H Global Virginie Recoura Head of R&D Packaging H&H Global

Moderator: cisl Emma Fromberg Programme Manager University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

18:00 - 19:30
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION
08:00 - 09:00
REGISTRATION, EXHIBITION & WELCOME COFFEE
09:00 - 10:10
Scope 3 Workshop: Mitigating Indirect Emissions Through Collaborations

Almost 90% total footprint of the companies is in the scope 3. Assessing their emissions across the entire value chain can be a complex task. Learn how companies are collaborating across their value chain to reduce their indirect emissions from purchased goods and waste.

Henkel Christine Schneider Global Head Sustainable Raws Projects in Laundry and Home Care Henkel

Orsted Maria Virginia Dundas Green Procurement Programme Orsted

HSBC Global Trade and Receivables Finance Burcu Senel Global Head of Propositions HSBC Global Trade and Receivables Finance

rspo Inke van der Sluijs Head of European operations The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil

Moderator: CDP Frances Way Chief Strategy Officer CDP

10:10 - 10:30
Water Resilience: Innovative Approaches that are Driving Change

According to the UN, there will be a 40% shortfall in global water availability by 2030. Water supplies are vital to communities, agriculture and business operations. Discover new strategies, partnerships and technologies that are helping companies build resilience across operations and the supply chain.

The Coca Cola company Ulrike Sapiro Senior Director, Water Stewardship & Agriculture The Coca Cola company

10:30 - 11:00
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK
11:00 - 11:30
Net-Zero Value Chains

Companies that wish to be aligned with the Paris Agreement are targeting net-zero emissions. Yet for many companies the bulk of their carbon footprint lies in their value chains. In this workshop, Gold Standard with SustainCERT and corporate partners provide guidance to reduce Scope 3 emissions, recognized by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol and Science Based Targets.

Gold Standard Sarah Leugers Director of Communications Gold Standard

SustainCERT Sandra Genee Director of Partnerships and Business Development SustainCERT

CDP Frances Way Chief Strategy Officer CDP

Danone Marie-Pierre Bousquet-Lecomte Nature Finance Director Danone

11:30 - 13:00
Transforming supply chains: Collaborate, map & monitor across the Tiers

For most companies, their greatest risks and impacts lie within their supply chains. To truly address areas such as: GHG emissions, Human Rights violations and Water usage companies need to work with a whole host of partners and understand the full origins of inputs. Integrate data-driven systems that deliver accurate metrics and oversight that ensures your company can make the right decisions to tackle climate action and human rights risks. Hear from businesses on how they are driving large-scale change in partnership with industry associations, NGOs, competitors and Governments

LVMH Christian Galichon Purchasing Director LVMH

Oxfam Madeleine Brasser Advisor inclusive value chains Oxfam

airbus Matthias Gramolla Head of Procurement Responsibility and Sustainability – PG Airbus

sime Darby Plantation Berhad Mark Wong Head of Downstream Sustainability Sime Darby Plantation Berhad

Rainforest Alliance Emma Harbour Head of Global Advocacy Rainforest Alliance

orbital_insight Bryan Yates Director of Sales and General Manager EMEA Orbital Insight

Moderator: The Sustainability Consortium Koen Boone Director Europe The Sustainability Consortium

13:00 - 14:00
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING LUNCH BREAK
14:00 - 14:20
Traceability & Visibility Keynote: Successfully map and monitor the across the Tiers

Understand the full origins of inputs. Integrate data-driven systems that deliver accurate metrics and oversight that ensures your company can make the right decisions to tackle climate action and human rights risks.

SupplyShift Alex Gershenson, Ph.D. CEO & Co-founder SupplyShift

14:20 - 15:00
Climate Action Keynote: Adopting a Restorative Strategy

Companies are increasingly realising the benefits of taking a restorative approach across their supply chain and operations. Hear how companies are helping reverse climate change through scalable regenerative strategies.

Rainforest Alliance Han de Groot CEO Rainforest Alliance

UNCCC Martin Frick Senior Director of Policy and Programme Coordination UNFCCC

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Terry Slavin Editor Ethical Corporation

15:00 - 15:20
Innovation Keynote: Minimizing GHG Emissions Across the Value Chain

Business must implement innovative and disruptive change to achieve their GHG emission targets. How can companies transform the business to deliver the required positive change whilst sustaining business growth?

Schneider Electric Xavier Houot SVP Global Safety, Environment, Real Estate Schneider Electric

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Terry Slavin Editor Ethical Corporation

15:20 - 15:40
Closing Keynote: moving forward to a Net- Zero future

It is imperative for business to have a plan to fit in with a net-zero world. Hear from different industry leaders and pioneering companies on how companies can lead this move to a net-zero world and the challenges ahead

Ford Wulf-Peter Schmidt Director Sustainability, Advanced Regulations and Product Conformity Ford

JLL Sophie Walker Head of Sustainability JLL

Enel Green Power Marientina Laina Senior Consultant - Climate Risks and Opportunities Team South Pole

Moderator: cisl Emma Fromberg Programme Manager University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

15:40
END OF CONFERENCE
07:30 - 09:00
REGISTRATION, EXHIBITION & WELCOME COFFEE
08:50 - 09:00
Opening Remarks

Ethical Corporation Brenda Staines Programme Director Ethical Corporation

09:00 - 09:45
Circularity Keynote: Transitioning from a Linear to Circular Strategy

Increasing pressure on natural resources are forcing companies to take a Life-Cycle-Analysis approach from product development to end consumer. Hear from leading global businesses on how they’re re-strategizing the business around a circular approach and change consumer’s behaviour.

Terracycle Tom Szaky CEO Terracycle

Tetra Pak Mario Abreu Vice President Sustainability Tetra Pak

Philips Robert Metzke VP Global Head of Sustainability, Chief of Staff Innovation & Strategy Philips

Moderator: Circl8 Marcel Jacobs Founder Circl8

09:45 - 10:05
Supply Chain Keynote: Creating Best Practices in Sustainable Supplier Engagement

More and more companies are setting ambitious sustainability targets to decarbonize their supply chains. These targets are not only important from an environmental perspective, but they make business sense too. Hear how companies are designing and implementing sustainable strategies with their suppliers.

Navigant Jeroen Scheepmaker Associate Director Sustainability Solutions Energy Navigant

10:05 - 10:20
Clean Energy Keynote: Achieve an Inclusive Low-Carbon Future

In the next 15 years energy is expected to account for nearly 30 percent of total core infrastructure investment, around U.S. $25 trillion. However, most businesses don’t have the capacity or support to deliver the required change. Hear how companies are tackling challenges to accelerate the process, improve energy productivity and support those that don’t have the resources.

Renault-Nissan- Mitsubishi- Alliance Francisco Carranza Managing Director Nissan Energy Renault-Nissan- Mitsubishi- Alliance

10:20 - 10:30
Presentation from 3Degrees TBA
10:30 - 11:15
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK
Room A
Room B
11:15 - 12:15
Workshop: From Pilot to Scale – How can Companies Mainstream a Circular System

Implementing a circular system across your operations is no easy task. Improving your products, trying new materials and changing your operations generate costs and risks to the business. In this 120-minute workshop learn how to:

  • Map the full value chain of a new circular model
  • Identify potential risks and opportunities across the chain
  • How to measure your progress towards the circular economy
  • Attribute accounting values to investments & implementation of circular operations

IKEA Dominique Fularski Head of Communication Circular IKEA IKEA

GRI Anna Krotova Standards Division Manager GRI

Signify Thomas Marinelli Head of Sustainable Design & Products Signify

Moderator: Circle Economy Jacco Verstraeten-Jochemsen Lead Business Solutions Circle Economy

Embedding Human Rights and Environmental Data Within the Procurement Process Workshop

Business are increasingly realising the costs associated with failing to address social and environmental impacts within the supply chain. Embedding these two data sets in the procurement process is now paramount- along with lead time, quality and price. Hear how leading companies have developed such a system.

DNB Caroline Bergrem-Maldan VP Supply Chain Sustainability DNB

Ab-Inbev Clare Flannery Responsible Sourcing Director Ab-Inbev

IHG Laura Simmonds Head of Responsible Procurement IHG

Moderator: business_and_human_rights_resource_centre Mauricio Lazala Deputy Director for Europe and Latin America Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

12:15 - 13:15
Workshop: From Pilot to Scale – How can Companies Mainstream a Circular System [Continued...]
Beyond Audits – New Approaches, 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 slavery and other human rights violations. How can companies implement new effective technologies and collaborations to identify and solve these risks at the source?

UNICEF Netherlands Suzanne Laszlo Executive Director UNICEF Netherlands

Oxfam Sabita Banerji Senior Policy Advisor - Human Rights Oxfam

METRO Nina von Radowitz Head of Corporate Responsibility METRO

business_and_human_rights_resource_centre Mauricio Lazala Deputy Director for Europe and Latin America Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Moderator: UNICEF Netherlands Tirza Voss Senior Technical Advisor Terre des Hommes

13:15 - 14:30
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING LUNCH BREAK
14:30 - 16:00
Redesigning Products Through a Circular Lens Workshop

Companies must drive new thinking across all areas of supply chain management to close the loop on the product cycle starting from the design of the product without compromising the value proposition & quality. How can you work with R&D teams to integrate circularity into your products?

IKEA Malin Nordin Development leader for Circular IKEA IKEA

TOMRA Volker Rehrmann Executive Vice President, Head of TOMRA Recycling and Mining; Head of TOMRA’s Circular Economy Team TOMRA

Huhtamaki Wouter van Tol Head of Corporate Responsibility Huhtamaki

emma Iris van Wanrooij Program Manager Corporate Social Responsibility EMMA safety shoes

Moderator: Circl8 Marcel Jacobs Founder Circl8

Partnership Workshop: Restoration of the Natural Capital

The loss of biodiversity, deforestation, access to clean water are critical issues for the world. Business now are realising they must transform and collaborate to deliver restorative growth strategies. In this 90-minute workshop share ideas with fellow peers on how companies and industries can partner & implement nature-based solutions in a manner that delivers a net-positive impact on the environment.

  • Identify new cross industry partnerships
  • Collaborate with stakeholders to restore biodiversity
  • Educate and incentive the whole value chain to prevent unsustainable practices

WWF Raphaele Deau LFL Market Lead WWF

UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre Sharon Elizabeth Brooks Senior Programme Officer; Business and Biodiversity Programme UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre

Canadian Council of Forest Ministers David Andison Program Lead, Healthy Landscapes Program Canadian Council of Forest Ministers

interface_inc Geanne Van Arkel Head of Sustainable Development Interface EMEA

Moderator: Circle Economy Tamara Veldboer Senior Consultant Business & Insights Circle Economy

16:00 - 16:30
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK
16:30 - 18:00
Collaboration Case Studies: Transforming to a Circular Industry

Through in-depth case studies hear how innovative companies are working across their value chain to drive chain. Areas of focus include:

  • Collaborating with volatile governments
  • Working with vulnerable suppliers to implement circular practices
  • Educating the consumer to take action and adopt sustainable practices

Rabobank Karolina Ryszka Economist Circular Economy and Energy Transition Rabobank

Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. John J. Kotlarczyk, Jr. CCEP, CIPP/US, Senior Director, CSR & Waste Reduction Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc.

Ministry of Infrastructure and the Water Management Cuno van Geet Strategic Policy Advisor Circular Procurement Ministry of Infrastructure and the Water Management

RS Sustainability Ruud Scheerder Founder RS Sustainability

RS Sustainability Nella Baerents Global Sustainability Director Kraton

Moderator: Circl8 Marcel Jacobs Founder Circl8

Packaging workshop: The quest to replace plastic packaging

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-minute workshop, split by industry, learn how to:

  • Reducing your plastic use – sustainable alternatives
  • Educate communities on plastic waste and recycling
  • Replacing plastics without impacting durability or quality

The Body Shop Lee Mann Global Community Trade Manager The Body Shop

Stora Enso Kristina Veitola Director, Sustainability Stora Enso

Stora Enso Claudia Bierth European Sustainability Manager Ball Beverage Packaging Europe

Mott MacDonald Rowan Byrne Principal Marine Environmental Scientist Mott MacDonald

H&H Global Virginie Recoura Head of R&D Packaging H&H Global

Moderator: cisl Emma Fromberg Programme Manager University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

18:00 - 19:30
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION


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08:00 - 09:00
REGISTRATION, EXHIBITION & WELCOME COFFEE
09:00 - 10:10
Scope 3 Workshop: Mitigating Indirect Emissions Through Collaborations

Almost 90% total footprint of the companies is in the scope 3. Assessing their emissions across the entire value chain can be a complex task. Learn how companies are collaborating across their value chain to reduce their indirect emissions from purchased goods and waste.

Henkel Christine Schneider Global Head Sustainable Raws Projects in Laundry and Home Care Henkel

Orsted Maria Virginia Dundas Green Procurement Programme Orsted

HSBC Global Trade and Receivables Finance Burcu Senel Global Head of Propositions HSBC Global Trade and Receivables Finance

rspo Inke van der Sluijs Head of European operations The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil

Moderator: CDP Frances Way Chief Strategy Officer CDP

10:10 - 10:30
Water Resilience: Innovative Approaches that are Driving Change

According to the UN, there will be a 40% shortfall in global water availability by 2030. Water supplies are vital to communities, agriculture and business operations. Discover new strategies, partnerships and technologies that are helping companies build resilience across operations and the supply chain.

The Coca Cola company Ulrike Sapiro Senior Director, Water Stewardship & Agriculture The Coca Cola company

10:30 - 11:00
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK
11:00 - 11:30
Net-Zero Value Chains

Companies that wish to be aligned with the Paris Agreement are targeting net-zero emissions. Yet for many companies the bulk of their carbon footprint lies in their value chains. In this workshop, Gold Standard with SustainCERT and corporate partners provide guidance to reduce Scope 3 emissions, recognized by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol and Science Based Targets.

Gold Standard Sarah Leugers Director of Communications Gold Standard

SustainCERT Sandra Genee Director of Partnerships and Business Development SustainCERT

CDP Frances Way Chief Strategy Officer CDP

Danone Marie-Pierre Bousquet-Lecomte Nature Finance Director Danone

11:30 - 13:00
Transforming supply chains: Collaborate, map & monitor across the Tiers

For most companies, their greatest risks and impacts lie within their supply chains. To truly address areas such as: GHG emissions, Human Rights violations and Water usage companies need to work with a whole host of partners and understand the full origins of inputs. Integrate data-driven systems that deliver accurate metrics and oversight that ensures your company can make the right decisions to tackle climate action and human rights risks. Hear from businesses on how they are driving large-scale change in partnership with industry associations, NGOs, competitors and Governments

LVMH Christian Galichon Purchasing Director LVMH

Oxfam Madeleine Brasser Advisor inclusive value chains Oxfam

airbus Matthias Gramolla Head of Procurement Responsibility and Sustainability – PG Airbus

sime Darby Plantation Berhad Mark Wong Head of Downstream Sustainability Sime Darby Plantation Berhad

Rainforest Alliance Emma Harbour Head of Global Advocacy Rainforest Alliance

orbital_insight Bryan Yates Director of Sales and General Manager EMEA Orbital Insight

Moderator: The Sustainability Consortium Koen Boone Director Europe The Sustainability Consortium

13:00 - 14:00
EXHIBITION & NETWORKING LUNCH BREAK
14:00 - 14:20
Traceability & Visibility Keynote: Successfully map and monitor the across the Tiers

Understand the full origins of inputs. Integrate data-driven systems that deliver accurate metrics and oversight that ensures your company can make the right decisions to tackle climate action and human rights risks.

SupplyShift Alex Gershenson, Ph.D. CEO & Co-founder SupplyShift

14:20 - 15:00
Climate Action Keynote: Adopting a Restorative Strategy

Companies are increasingly realising the benefits of taking a restorative approach across their supply chain and operations. Hear how companies are helping reverse climate change through scalable regenerative strategies.

Rainforest Alliance Han de Groot CEO Rainforest Alliance

UNCCC Martin Frick Senior Director of Policy and Programme Coordination UNFCCC

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Terry Slavin Editor Ethical Corporation

15:00 - 15:20
Innovation Keynote: Minimizing GHG Emissions Across the Value Chain

Business must implement innovative and disruptive change to achieve their GHG emission targets. How can companies transform the business to deliver the required positive change whilst sustaining business growth?

Schneider Electric Xavier Houot SVP Global Safety, Environment, Real Estate Schneider Electric

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Terry Slavin Editor Ethical Corporation

15:20 - 15:40
Closing Keynote: moving forward to a Net- Zero future

It is imperative for business to have a plan to fit in with a net-zero world. Hear from different industry leaders and pioneering companies on how companies can lead this move to a net-zero world and the challenges ahead

Ford Wulf-Peter Schmidt Director Sustainability, Advanced Regulations and Product Conformity Ford

JLL Sophie Walker Head of Sustainability JLL

Enel Green Power Marientina Laina Senior Consultant - Climate Risks and Opportunities Team South Pole

Moderator: cisl Emma Fromberg Programme Manager University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

15:40
END OF CONFERENCE

Purchase the Post-Conference Materials

Event Presentations • Event Audio • On Demand Subscription