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Key Practice Area - Sustainability - Sustainability for the Next 20 Years
Key Practice Area: Sustainability

Sustainability for the Next 20 Years

Oct. 20, 2012

The role of the EHS manager has evolved to include strategic and technical leadership for embedding the principles of a company’s environmental commitments into its business operations. Learn how to master the challenges of today and understand the emerging issues you’ll likely tackle in the decades to come.

Overview

NAEM's 2012 EHS Management Forum showcased strategies for addressing the full range of sustainability challenges. In this section you will find:

Agenda: Read session descriptions

Speakers: See a list of speakers

Presentations: Featured presentations from NAEM's 2012 EHS Management Forum include:

  • Energy Management: Maximizing efficiency through Supply Chain Alignment
  • Developing Meaningful Metrics
  • Anticipating Stakeholder Trends for Proactive Engagement
  • Water Stewardship in a Water Stressed World
  • Internal Engagement Strategies: Getting buy in from the shop floor to the C-Suite
  • Telling Your Sustainability Story

Agenda

Energy Management: Maximizing efficiency through Supply Chain Alignment
This session will demonstrate how common business interests can lead to shared sustainability objectives up and down the supply chain. Focusing on the transportation sector, speakers from an OEM, a top tier supplier and major retailer will discuss how they worked to engage customers and suppliers to achieve mutual sustainability goals and reduce energy use, emissions, and transportation costs, resulting in a win for all three organizations. Speakers will discuss the process they went through to create this partnership, the critical success factors for making it work and strategies for how attendees can duplicate their success in their own industry sectors.

  • Pete Lawson, Ecomagination Leader; GE Transportation
  • John Lovenburg, Vice President Environmental; BNSF Railway Co.
  • Gary Whicker, Senior Vice President Engineering and Enterprise Services; J.B. Hunt Transport Services

Moderator: Allen Stegman, General Director, Environmental and Hazardous Mats; BNSF Railway Co.

Developing Meaningful Metrics
How do Sustainability and EHS managers ensure they get the data they need in a complex business environment? How do they keep metrics valid and verifiable in a company where change is constant and there are a multitude of metrics? Attend this facilitated roundtable for lively discussionon how companies are developing metrics and goals for their sustainability programs and how they are ensuring those metrics are material and have lasting value.

  • Marcus Krembs, Corporate HSE Specialist, Climate Change and Corporate Responsibility; Newfield Exploration Co.
  • Michelle Redfield, Director, Environment and Process Improvement; Schneider Electric
  • Bill Tokash, Sustainability Director; Invensys PLC

Moderator: Roberto Piccioni, Program Director, Sustainability & Compliance; ERM

Developing Meaningful Metrics
How do Sustainability and EHS managers ensure they get the data they need in a complex business environment? How do they keep metrics valid and verifiable in a company where change is constant and there are a multitude of metrics? Attend this facilitated roundtable for lively discussionon how companies are developing metrics and goals for their sustainability programs and how they are ensuring those metrics are material and have lasting value.

  • Marcus Krembs, Corporate HSE Specialist, Climate Change and Corporate Responsibility; Newfield Exploration Co.
  • Michelle Redfield, Director, Environment and Process Improvement; Schneider Electric
  • Bill Tokash, Sustainability Director; Invensys PLC

Moderator: Roberto Piccioni, Program Director, Sustainability & Compliance; ERM

Anticipating Stakeholder Trends for Proactive Engagement
EHS and Sustainability Managers are challenged toanticipate and understand stakeholders' current and future hot button issues and topics of concern and anticipate how those concerns will be presented to their companies. This session will focus on how companies are tracking and anticipating critical stakeholder sustainability concerns and drivers, and incorporating that understanding into their business decision making. Attendees will leave this session with examples of different approaches companies have taken to map and understand their stakeholders, and prepare to proactively engage with them.

  • Laura Clise, Director, Sustainable Development; AREVA Inc.
  • Monique Oxender, Director, Sustainability Reporting & Stakeholder Engagement; Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc.
  • Aaron Ziulkowski, Manager, Corporate Program; CERES

Moderator: Megan Lum, Manager; Pacific Gas & Electric Company

Water Stewardship in a Water Stressed World
How do you know what your water risks are? How do you factor water availability into front end planning? How do you quantify your water impact in a water stressed world? With a focus on water quality and availability, this session will examine how companies are addressing these questions and doing business in a water stressed world. It will also include examples of innovative approaches to water reduction planning and stakeholder engagement in the communities where companies operate

  • Judy Clayton Sanchez, Senior Director, Corporate Communications & Public Affairs; U.S. Sugar Corp.
  • Kent Koptiuch, Natural Resource Manager; Nestle Waters North America Inc.
  • Andy Flajole, Environmental Services manager; NextEra Energy Inc.

Moderator: Chris Herin, Principal Hydrogeologist; Geosyntec Consultants

Anticipating Stakeholder Trends for Proactive Engagement
EHS and Sustainability Managers are challenged toanticipate and understand stakeholders' current and future hot button issues and topics of concern and anticipate how those concerns will be presented to their companies. This session will focus on how companies are tracking and anticipating critical stakeholder sustainability concerns and drivers, and incorporating that understanding into their business decision making. Attendees will leave this session with examples of different approaches companies have taken to map and understand their stakeholders, and prepare to proactively engage with them.

  • Laura Clise, Director, Sustainable Development; AREVA Inc.
  • Monique Oxender, Director, Sustainability Reporting & Stakeholder Engagement; Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc.
  • Aaron Ziulkowski, Manager, Corporate Program; CERES

Moderator: Megan Lum, Manager; Pacific Gas & Electric Company

Water Stewardship in a Water Stressed World
How do you know what your water risks are? How do you factor water availability into front end planning? How do you quantify your water impact in a water stressed world? With a focus on water quality and availability, this session will examine how companies are addressing these questions and doing business in a water stressed world. It will also include examples of innovative approaches to water reduction planning and stakeholder engagement in the communities where companies operate

  • Judy Clayton Sanchez, Senior Director, Corporate Communications & Public Affairs; U.S. Sugar Corp.
  • Kent Koptiuch, Natural Resource Manager; Nestle Waters North America Inc.
  • Andy Flajole, Environmental Services manager; NextEra Energy Inc.

Moderator: Chris Herin, Principal Hydrogeologist; Geosyntec Consultants

Internal Engagement Strategies: Getting buy in from the shop floor to the C-Suite
For this session, speakers will have the chance to discuss ways in which they have empowered, engaged and influenced the people and resources inside their company to reach sustainability goals. Topics will include: employee engagement, reaching employees through social media, and grabbing the attention of your C-suite in a way that leads to meaningful discussion about the business value of sustainability.

  • Gretchen Digby, Director, Sustainability Education; Ingersoll Rand Co.
  • Leisha John, Americas Director of Environmental Sustainability; Ernst & Young
  • Steve Meyers, Senior Director, Environmental, Health & Safety; Quintiles

Moderator: Jeffrey Bremer, Environmental Management & Sustainability; National Practice Leader

Going Public: Telling Your Sustainability Story
This session would address the ways that companies share information on their sustainability programs and goals and progress toward those goals externally. It will address challenges such as how to brand your programs in a way that resonates with your stakeholders, how companies are providing data to raters and SRI firms, and how you affect/manage your reputation with the data you collect and the way you present it externally.

  • Thomas G. Day, Chief Sustainability Officer; United States Postal Service
  • Gretchen Hancock, Environmental Project Manager; General Electric Co.
  • Lloyd Visser, Vice-President, Environment & Sustainable Development; ConocoPhillips Canada

Moderator: Annette Russo, Manager, Communications, Training- Worldwide EHS; Johnson & Johnson

Speaker Bios

Laura Clise, Director, Sustainable Development; AREVA Inc.
Laura Clise is the Director of Sustainable Development for AREVA Inc., responsible for the development and deployment of AREVA's North American sustainable development strategy. She supports the continued integration of sustainable development into regional business strategy, reporting, supplier diversity and stakeholder engagement for the region.

Before joining AREVA, Ms. Clise's sustainability experience included work for the United Nations Global Compact and Business for Social Responsibility. She began her career in brand management at General Mills Inc. and subsequently worked for McMaster-Carr Supply Co., where she led the international sales operations department.

Laura received an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, where she graduated magna cum laude and was the recipient of the Barton Kyle Yount and President's Circle awards. She received a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from Carleton College and is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa honor society.

Originally from Seattle, Wash., Laura has lived and worked in China, Belgium, Jordan, France, and across the U.S. She serves on the Net Impact Corporate Advisory Council, the Greater D.C. Human Rights Campaign Steering Committee, the Thunderbird Global Advisory Council, and the Carleton College Career Board.

Gretchen Digby, Director, Sustainability Education; Ingersoll Rand Co.
Gretchen Digby is the Director of Global Education Initiatives for Ingersoll Rand Co.'s Center for Energy Efficiency & Sustainability. She is focused on establishing world-class internal and external energy efficiency and sustainability training curriculum, as well as leading global employee engagement activities to further integrate sustainability into the company culture.

Ms. Digby joined Ingersoll Rand in 2001 as manager of safety and health engineering for the enterprise. She has managed the global EHS compliance audit program for more than 300 facilities. In addition, she has facilitated regional EHS councils in North America, Europe and Asia, coordinated the annual global EHS conferences and awards and facilitated global training on various EHS topics. Prior to joining Ingersoll Rand, Ms. Digby worked for Capsule Environmental Engineering, where she developed Ingersoll Rand's corporate safety audit program. She began her career in manufacturing with Milliken & Company as Engineering Services Manager.

She holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from North Carolina State University.

Andy Flajole, Environmental Services Manager; NextEra Energy Inc.
Andrew Flajole has worked in the Environmental Services Group at Florida Power & Light Co. for more than four years. He is responsible for siting and due diligence, water supply planning, acquisition of water-related permits and environmental licensing activities for new projects.

He has been an environmental professional since graduating from the University of Florida in 1999 with a bachelor's degree in Anthropology and Environmental Studies.

Leisha John, Americas Director of Environmental Sustainability; Ernst & Young
Leisha John is the Americas Director of Environmental Sustainability for Ernst & Young, a global professional services organization providing audit, tax, transaction and risk advisory services. In her role, Ms. John works with the firm's leaders to develop and implement strategies to reduce the company's impact on the environment. Her current focus is measuring and reducing Ernst & Young's carbon footprint, applying best practices in sustainability to the organization's business processes and infrastructure, and engaging employees in adopting more eco-friendly ways of working.

Leisha is a Certified Public Accountant with over 25 years experience at Ernst & Young. Before being named to her current position in 2008, Ms. John was the CEO of Ernst & Young's Global Shared Services (GSS) center in Bangalore, India. She also previously served as the Director of Strategy and Innovation for the U.S. National Tax Compliance practice, where she led the design and execution of strategic initiatives that transformed tax compliance service delivery.

She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Montana and is a member of the AICPA. Leisha is also a LEED AP (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design - Accredited Professional).

Kent Koptiuch, Natural Resource Manager; Nestle Waters North America Inc.
Kent S. Koptiuch is the Florida Natural Resource Manager for Nestlé Waters North America Inc. (NWNA). Mr. Koptiuch is a hydrogeologist and Certified Groundwater Professional with more than 29 years experience in groundwater management. After 23 years as a private hydrogeologic consultant to industries and municipalities throughout the Northeastern United States, Mr. Koptiuch was hired by NWNA first to conduct water resource investigations in New York State and, since 2008, he has managed NWNA's water resources and sustainability initiatives in Florida.

NWNA operates two state-of-the-art water bottling plants in Florida, sourcing water from five distinct and unique natural springs with total spring-shed areas encompassing several thousand acres. Company properties are maintained in a natural state and operated under Forest and Land Use Management Plans or as Environmental Education Preserves to protect the spring water resources and to manage the timber on the property in a sustainable fashion utilizing best management practices.

Nationwide NWNA owns and maintains more than 50 natural spring water sources totaling more than 15,000 acres, and 28 water bottling plants across North America. To ensure that the spring water sources are managed appropriately, NWNA has a team of 10 Natural Resource Managers (dedicated professional groundwater scientists, hydrogeologists, and engineers), along with numerous support staff working full-time to monitor the water quality and quantity, and to work within their host communities as liaisons.

Marcus Krembs, Corporate HSE Specialist, Climate Change and Corporate Responsibility; Newfield Exploration Co.
Marcus Krembs is Corporate HSE Specialist, Climate Change and Corporate Responsibility; Newfield Exploration Co., an independent oil and gas company engaged in the exploration, development and acquisition of natural gas and crude oil. As Newfield's first dedicated corporate responsibility and climate change specialist, he leads an internal steering committee responsible for addressing non-financial reporting, greenhouse gas and water management, sustainability metrics and communications, and environmental management information systems.

He co-founded and currently serves on the leadership team of the American Exploration and Production Council (AXPC) Sustainability Subcommittee and is member of the Colorado Sustainability Leaders Council. He also sits on the University of Colorado Denver Business School Managing for Sustainability Advisory Council.

Prior to joining Newfield, he worked for award-winning management consulting and alternative energy marketing and development firms providing advisory services, environmental commodity origination and asset management to support Fortune 500 companies.

Pete Lawson, Ecomagination Leader; GE Transportation
Peter Lawson is Marketing Manager of ecomagination and government programs for General Electric Co., where he is responsible for developing emissions leadership across GE's suite of products and working with various government and non-government agencies to accelerate the adoption of environmentally capable technologies.

Mr. Lawson began his career working for American Electric Power Co. Inc., providing technical support for several of the company's coal-fired power plants. He then joined the Propulsion Engineering department at GE Transportation Systems, advancing through a series of positions of increasing responsibility, eventually leading the Propulsion Engineering team.

After earning a master's degree in business administration, Mr. Lawson transitioned to the commercial side of the business, where he managed the Marketing, Sales and Field Service operation for GE's Off-Highway business. He then led the startup of the Locomotive Asia & Central Europe Sourcing operation in Prague, Bangalore, Jakarta and Shanghai. After two years working abroad he transitioned to GE Supply where he led their Sourcing & Inventory operation. In 2003 he was transferred back to GE Transportation to lead the launch of the Evolution locomotive. As the Product Manager for North American Freight Locomotives, he had responsibility for the ongoing vitality of GE's family of heavy haul freight locomotives.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA.

John Lovenburg, Vice President Environmental; BNSF Railway Co.
John Lovenburg joined BNSF Railway Co. in September 2011 as Vice President of Environmental. In this role, he leads a team of environmental employees from the Operations and Law departments and is responsible for environmental strategy and communication, sustainability, permitting and compliance, remediation, environmental litigation and public policy leadership. He reports jointly to Greg Fox, Executive Vice President of Operations, and Roger Nober, Executive Vice President, Law and Secretary.

Mr. Lovenburg has more than 20 years of experience in environmental consulting with CpM HILL, a global engineering, construction, operations and project management company serving public and private sector clients. He served most recently as Vice President of Global Site Remediation and Revitalization.

He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geology from the University of California at Santa Barbara and a Master of Science degree in Hydrogeology from California State University in San Diego.

Steve Meyers, Senior Director, Environmental, Health & Safety; Quintiles
Steve Meyers is Senior Director, Global Environmental, Health, and Safety for Quintiles, where he leads and oversees administration and development of the company's environmental, safety and health functions for business divisions and locations across the world. Quintiles is the only fully integrated biopharmaceutical services company offering clinical, commercial, consulting andcapital solutions worldwide.

Mr. Meyers' responsibilities include directing company-wide safety, environmental and sustainability policies, and integrating EHS strategy within Quintiles' long-term strategic business planning. He was also instrumental in advocating for board-level sponsorship of the company's sustainability/CSR strategy, which it adopted in 2009. Prior to joining Quintiles, Mr. Meyers worked in EHS management consulting for several global and regional consulting firms, and worked as a regulator early in his career.

He has a Master's degree in Hygiene, and is a Certified Safety Professional as well as a Certified Industrial Hygienist. He is also a chartered member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health in the United Kingdom.

Monique Oxender, Director, Sustainability Reporting & Stakeholder Engagement; Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc.
Monique Oxender leads Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. (GMCR) efforts related to sustainability engagement. Within the company, this includes metrics management, systems integration and accountability for the enterprise and across business units. Monique also facilitates meaningful engagement with partners and stakeholders external to the company via formal reporting and active dialogue. She joined GMCR in April of 2012 after 8 years with Ford Motor Company where she developed a leading supply chain sustainability program spanning the company's $65B buy from 60 countries. Issues under her responsibility included human rights, indirect carbon and water footprints, and raw material transparency. In addition, she served as Chair of multiple industry workgroups for the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG), leading automobile manufacturers and suppliers in a collaborative effort to address sustainability issues in the global automotive supply chain.

With a background in secondary education and sustainability, Monique has an MBA and an MS from the University of Michigan.

Michelle Redfield, Director, Environment and Process Improvement; Schneider Electric
Michelle Redfield and her team direct Schneider Electric's North American environmental and sustainability initiatives and strategy. This involves leading environmental programs such as compliance, management systems, water reduction, waste minimization and recycling, data management and environmental recognition. Ms. Redfield also leads the company's global safety and environmental data management system program and its global safety standardization and process improvement programs.

Since joining Schneider Electric in 2010, she has been working closely on sustainability issues and promoting sustainability cultures in the company's more than 100 North America sites.

Prior to joining the company, Ms. Redfield worked for about 20 years in consulting engagements for U.S.- based multinational organizations, most recently managing a full-service environmental, health and safety consulting office in Chicago. During that tenure she led a wide range of environmental and safety initiatives, operational effectiveness program development and implementation, integrated environmental system and compliance auditing programs, and environmental and safety and sustainability information management system programs.

Judy Clayton Sanchez, Senior Director, Corporate Communications & Public Affairs; U.S. Sugar Corp.
Judy Clayton Sanchez is the Senior Director of Corporate Communications and Public Affairs for the U.S. Sugar Corp., one of the nation's premier agribusiness companies. U.S. Sugar is one of the nation's largest, privately held agribusiness companies. The company's primary business is the growing and processing of sugar and citrus in South Florida. She joined U.S. Sugar in 1994, transferring from its South Bay Growers vegetable operations where she worked in marketing and public relations.

She is responsible for U.S. Sugar's media and public relations activities and its public education/information programs. In addition, she coordinates all external and internal communications functions, acts as corporate spokesman and assists with the company's public affairs efforts. As spokesman, Ms. Sanchez has conducted hundreds of interviews, presentations, speeches and debates as well as television and radio appearances focused on U.S. Sugar's role in agricultural, trade and environmental issues.

Ms. Sanchez is extremely knowledgeable on issues of importance to U.S. and Florida agriculture in general and Florida's sugar industry in particular. As part of U.S. Sugar's Public Affairs team, she is well-versed on trade, regulatory and environmental issues. In 2011, Ms. Sanchez was appointed by U.S. Department of Agriculture Commissioner Tom Vilsack and U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk to the Agriculture Trade Advisory Council (ATAC) on sweeteners.

She attended the University of Florida's College of Journalism and Communication and received a B.A. in Communications from Florida Atlantic University. She has spent most of her life in and around the agriculture/sugarcane industries, both in Florida and Louisiana. She currently serves on the board of directors for the Agriculture Institute of Florida, Western Palm Beach County Farm Bureau and the Lake Okeechobee Regional Economic Alliance of Palm Beach County. Ms. Sanchez also serves on the Public Education Advisory Committee for The Sugar Association. She is member of the Belle Glade and Clewiston Chambers of Commerce and an emeritus board member of the Florida Earth Foundation and Sustainable Florida. She served on the steering committee of the Lake Okeechobee Regional Initiative, Collins Center and the South Florida Water Management District's Water Resources and Advisory Council (WRAC) and the Lake Okeechobee subcommittee of WRAC.

Bill Tokash, Sustainability Director; Invensys PLC
William Tokash is the Sustainability Director at Invensys plc, and is based in Chicago. He has more than 20 years of diverse consulting experience in: sustainability strategy, energy and carbon management; renewable energy; corporate social responsibility (CSR); emerging regulatory analysis; and strategic environmental management across a variety of industrials sectors.

Over the course of his career, Mr. Tokash has provided corporate consulting services on the forefront of most new environmental management disciplines, including environmental due diligence, multi-media environmental compliance auditing, risk-based (proactive) environmental management systems, resource efficiency (energy, water, waste), internal and external stakeholder engagement, carbon management and CSR.

Prior to joining Invensys, Mr. Tokash worked for Sage Environmental, where he led their carbon and greenhouse gas management services. He also was the founder of Carbon Opportunity Group, where he led a team of advisors that analyzed investment opportunities in the waste-to-energy, biomass, wind, solar and distributed renewable energy generation sectors. Additionally, he is the former Managing Director at DOMANI, a niche sustainability management consultancy.

Gary Whicker, Senior Vice President Engineering and Enterprise Services; J.B. Hunt Transport Services
Gary Whicker is the Senior Vice President of Engineering and Enterprise Services at J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc., where he oversees the team's three major focus areas: process improvement, management science and sales engineering. He also leads the corporate information technology functions for project management, enterprise architecture, data modeling, business intelligence and quality assurance.

Over the last five years Mr. Whicker has helped lead and define J.B. Hunt's sustainability efforts which include creating a sustainability vision, developing carbon emissions calculators, designing energy efficient transportation solution designs, and establishing a carbon offset trading initiative. Under his guidance, J.B. Hunt has been an active member of the EPA's SmartWay® Transport Partnership program which recognized him as a 2011 SmartWay Champion.

A graduate of Iowa State University with a degree in Industrial Engineering, Mr. Whicker also holds an MBA from the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management. Mr. Whicker has worked a majority of his career in the information technology and the transportation and logistics fields with companies like Andersen Windows, Target Stores and Northwest Airlines prior to joining J.B. Hunt Transport nearly twenty years ago.

Aaron Ziulkowski, Manager, Corporate Program; CERES
As Manager of Corporate Programs for Ceres, Aaron Ziulkowski is responsible for advising Ceres member companies on sustainability strategy, reporting and stakeholder engagement. In this role, he facilitates dialogues between companies and their stakeholders to foster corporate sustainability. He works with companies in the oil and gas, transportation and technology sectors.

Prior to joining Ceres in March 2011, Mr. Ziulkowski worked for Pact, an international development organization based in Washington, DC, where he had notable success developing a public-private partnerships between international mining companies, USAID and Pact. These programs addressed human rights, governance, and economic and social development in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Additionally, he provided leadership in the development of Pact's work on conflict minerals, was Pact's representative on the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights, and supported community development projects with links to extractive industries in Cambodia, Myanmar, Mongolia, Nigeria and Tanzania. Prior to his time at Pact, Mr. Ziulkowski worked as a consultant at the World Bank and the Organization of American States.

He holds a Master's degree in Latin American Studies from the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University.

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