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What does a sustainable corporation look like in the 21st Century? In a world where global challenges continue to mount - from operational and supply chain risks, to human rights abuses - corporations must collaborate, innovation and transform. Facing constrained resources, climate change and increasing expectations for transparency, companies must integrate sustainability principles into their core business strategy in order to remain competitive.
Ceres and Sustainalytics' joint report, Gaining Ground: Corporate Progress on the Ceres Roadmap for Sustainability, tracks the progress of nearly 80 percent of total U.S. market capitalization to integrate sustainability into their business systems and decision-making.
The results? While there are encouraging pockets of sustainability leadership in the U.S. business community, we are still not seeing the speed of change that is required - or the scale of innovation that is possible. This webinar explores how leading companies are embedding sustainability within their organizations, and what investors expect of a sustainable company in the 21st century.
Moderator: Eric Roston. Sustainability Editor, Bloomberg Sustainability
Panelists: Paul Boykas, Vice President of Global Public Policy, PepsiCo; Michael Jacobson, Director of Corporate Responsibility, Intel; Andrea Moffat, Vice President, Corporate Program, Ceres; and Adadeh Sabour, Senior Manager, Sustainalytics
If you would like to know more about the joint report, please click here.