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The GreenTie Blog

Read perspectives from EHS&S managers and thought leaders to help you make an impact.
  • Giving EHS Risk Equal Footing in Financial Discussions

    By: Rodney Canada
    April 13, 2015
  • Profile of an Environmental Leader: Kris Morico, General Electric Co.

    By: NAEM Staff
    February 19, 2015
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    When I look back in my career and I look at my male and female sponsors, I have been really lucky to have great bosses in my career. For others it might be a bit more difficult, so I think it's important to have a network of women, who are my peers at different organizations.
  • No Matter the Position, EHS Professionals Need Leadership Skills to Succeed

    By: NAEM Staff
    December 23, 2014
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    Hear about the set of leadership skills that NAEM discovered all EHS&S professionals need to be effective through their recent benchmark report, “Key Competencies for the EHS & Sustainability Profession”.
  • Are Corporate Leaders Starting to Change Business As Usual?

    By: NAEM Staff
    September 22, 2014
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    Learn how big corporations stay in touch with the demands of the wider stakeholders, and the impact an emphasis on social value creation could have on '‘'business-as-usual' in this discussion with Lucy Parker.
  • Sustainability 2020: Will Big Goals Bring Big Results?

    By: NAEM Staff
    May 16, 2014
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    As we now look to the 2020 horizon, companies are setting their new goals at a time when sustainability principles are being increasingly integrated into business operations, and disclosure is now more focused on connecting sustainability investments to bottom line results.
  • Developing a Product Stewardship Strategy at Johnson & Johnson

    By: Al Iannuzzi
    March 24, 2014
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    By using life cycle thinking we can see that the greatest impacts can come from such areas as raw materials purchased, transportation, or the product use phase and its end-of-life. Getting a large organization with multiple business units to align on common objectives can be daunting. Having a comprehensive product stewardship strategy is a good place to begin.

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The authors who contribute to NAEM's blog are selected for their thought leadership and work to advance the professional practice of EHS & Sustainability management.

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