Rick Love, EH&S Manager for United Technologies Corp. describes the benefits of setting sustainability goals for the company's top-tier suppliers. To learn more about the trends that will shape EHS & Sustainability management in the year to come, download NAEM's "2016 Planning for a Sustainable Future" report, www.naem.org.
How do you create an engaged culture of sustainability within a company? In this panel discussion you will hear how green teams, cross-functional collaboration and communications all play a role in motivating employees around the company's goals. The speakers are: Bruno Sarda, Director of Global Sustainability Operations for Dell Inc.; Gretchen Digby, Director of Global Education Initiatives at the Center for Energy Efficiency & Sustainability at Ingersoll Rand Co.; and Andy Savitz, author of "Talent, Transformation and the Triple Bottom Line."
Johanna Jobin, Director of Global EHS & Sustainability for Biogen Idec, discusses the future of sustainability and how success will be measured. To learn more about where leadership companies are headed next, download NAEM\'s 2016 "Planning for a Sustainable Future" report at https://staging.naem.org/
Sustainability is more than just an aspirational idea; it's a potential value driver -- if you are willing to approach it accordingly. Rick Love, Manager of Environmental Sustainability at United Technologies Corp. explains how this approach has achieved
results within his company.
Sustainability commitments can drive brand value--if a company can demonstrate actual results. In this video, Fawn Bergen, Sr. Environmental Engineer with Intel Corp. explains how integrating these concepts is a key strategy to driving sustainable business performance. To join the conversation about the future of corporate sustainability management, join NAEM in Milwaukee on Aug. 2-3 for our 2016 Sustainability Management Conference. Learn more: http://bit.ly/29QcdTS.
Mike Wallace, director of the Global Reporting Initiative's Focal Point USA, explains the use and value of GRI reporting to companies and their stakeholders. Learn how GRI can be a part of making the business case for sustainability goals. GRI is the most widely used sustainability reporting framework in the world, with more than 80 percent of the Global 250 using GRI when they report on sustainability.
Gretchen Digby explains how Ingersoll Rand Inc. assessed the opportunities for environmental impact in terms of their product development process. To learn strategies you can use to create a product stewardship program at your company, please visit https://staging.naem.org/
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/