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Benchmarking Corporate GHG Management Best Practices
Aug. 25, 2009
1:00 -2:00 p.m.
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Cost: FREE for Members, $49 for Non-Members
Are you struggling to meet the challenges of GHG Management and reporting?
What should you include in your inventory? How do you collect and manage all that data? How do you engage external stakeholders? What do you report publicly?
Get answers to these and other questions during this webinar.
Don’t miss this cost effective opportunity to learn practical, real-world tips on building and improving your GHG Management System. Attend this program to learn the critical steps to successful GHG management, from setting up your inventory and collecting data to managing external stakeholder requests and public reporting: now is the time to benchmark your GHG management program!
Featuring presentations by:
- Matthew Banks, Senior Program Officer, Climate Change, World Wildlife Fund
- Diane Leslie-Bryan, Manager, Environmental Affairs, Campell Soup Co.
- Maria Frain, Energy Analyst, Campbell Soup Company
- Sean West, GHG Program Manager, United Technologies Corp.
Moderated by: Michael Gillenwater, Dean, GHG Management Institute
Matt Banks works in World Wildlife Fund’s Business & Industry Program on climate change initiatives. He works with businesses and other stakeholders to build awareness and adoption of progressive corporate climate management strategies through Climate Savers, a voluntary program that has mobilized 21 companies to set world-class greenhouse gas reduction goals. Before joining WWF, Matt worked for AtKisson, Inc., where he developed sustainability indicators for the Island of Nantucket, the city of Pittsburgh, and the Trust for Public Land. Matt also worked for the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) and was responsible for launching the greenhouse gas emissions inventory and local action planning process for the City of Boston, Massachusetts in 2000. Additionally, he has worked for the Conservation Law Foundation, National Audubon Society, Maine State Planning Office and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
He graduated from The Colorado College with a BA in Political Economy, a Minor in Environmental Issues and holds an MSc. from Sweden’s Lund University International Masters Programme in Environmental Policy & Sustainability Science. In 2002 he received his certificate in Energy Planning and Sustainable Development at the University of Oslo. In 2006, he completed the Prince of Wales Business & Environment Programme. Matt is a recipient of the Business Sustainability Initiative award from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and is a nominee for the Sir Edmund Hillary Institute’s Hillary Step Award in 2009. He has lectured at MIT, Georgetown University, University of Delaware, Dartmouth College, University of Michigan, George Mason University, The Colorado College, Lund University, US Foreign Service Institute and at the United Nations.
Ms Leslie has been a Manager of Environmental Affairs at Campbell Soup Company for over 8 ½ years where she is responsible for global environmental management, compliance and sustainability including environmental auditing, policy development, acquisitions and divestitures and GHG and solid waste reduction programs. Prior to joining Campbell's, Diane held various environmental positions at Nabisco, Inc, Metcalf and Eddy and New jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
Diane received a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from Polytechnic University in Brooklyn, New York and a Masters of Science degree in environmental engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Maria Frain is an Energy Analyst at Campbell Soup Company and has been with Campbell’s for 20+ years. She is responsible for the tracking of energy, greenhouse gas and solid waste initiatives world wide. This includes developing and maintaining Campbell’s global energy database and reporting systems as well as providing support for greenhouse gas and solid waste reduction programs.
Maria has a BA degree in Business Management and Computer Science from Rutgers University, Camden, NJ.