For the past 6,000 years--the duration of human civilization--sea level has remained relatively unchanged. That is no longer the case today. Sea level rise is now moving the shoreline inland, posing new challenges for businesses and communities. At NAEM's Forum on Oct. 23, 2013 in Montreal, John Englander, author of "High Tide on Main Street," illuminated the business risks and made the case for 'intelligent adaptation' to more than 500 corporate EHS and sustainability leaders. In this video interview, he discusses the science and shares some of the highlights from his keynote presentation.
Clare Connolly, of Cabot Corp. explains how her team is working to align sustainability programs with the company's long-term vision and strategy. To learn more about how other EHS and sustainability leaders are making the business case for their programs, visit https://staging.naem.org/
Kisa Adkins, Global Environmental Compliance Program Manager with Newell-Rubbermaid, shares how the company optimized its approach to data management. To benchmark your company's data management approach, join NAEM in Tampa on March 15-16 for the EHS & Sustainability Software and Data Management Conference: http://ehsmis.naem.org/index.php.
Wayne Balta, Vice President of Corporate Environmental Affairs and Product Safety at IBM Corp., describes next horizon in advancing corporate EHS management. To get more insights from EHS and sustainability thought leaders or to register for NAEM's upcoming 2017 Sustainability Management Conference, visit https://staging.naem.org/