Virtual event hosted by Sustainable Pittsburgh, CEOs for Sustainability, and Chatham University’s Falk School of Sustainability & Environment
Reducing your organization’s carbon emissions can cut energy costs; build your brand’s reputation with employees, customers, and other stakeholders; spur innovation; and even increase your bottom line — all while helping to address the climate crisis. So how do you set meaningful targets and a strategy for achieving them?
Join Sustainable Pittsburgh, CEOs for Sustainability, and Chatham University’s Falk School of Sustainability & Environment for “Advancing Your Organization’s Carbon-Reduction Goals.” Corporate sustainability leaders will describe how their organizations are applying innovation to meet aggressive carbon-emissions-reduction commitments — while gaining a competitive advantage. Then a panel of expert consultants will tackle your thorniest questions. Submit them when you register for this virtual event. It’s sure to be a lively, informative discussion.
Jeremy Faust, Environmental Sustainability Leader, Fifth Third Bank
Karen Lynn, Vice President Corporate EHS Programs and Sustainability, Eaton Corporation
Matt Banks, Associate Director, Guidehouse
Cynthia Cummis, Director, Private Sector Climate Mitigation, World Resources Institute
David Gardiner, President, David Gardiner and Associates
Jana Lake, President, 3R Sustainability
Lou Leonard, Dean, Chatham University’s Falk School of Sustainability and Environment
Eric Olson, Sustainable Business Leader
who should attend:
Business sustainability practitioners
Leaders and professionals in CSR, facilities management, real estate, energy procurement, logistics, and business strategy
Others interested in reducing business carbon emissions