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Corporation of Tomorrow: How Business can Best Adapt to the Sustainability Challenge


Addressing the Sustainability Challenge: How will businesses adapt to a world with finite resources?

If we accept the premise that business as usual is no longer possible on a planet with finite resources, how can we encourage corporations to prepare for the future?

Hear from two seasoned players in the field of sustainability on an overview of the emerging business models that hold the most promise.

You’ll gain a brief overview of the most interesting emerging models, their strengths and shortcomings, and what avenues to explore for further reflection.

This free webinar is designed for professionals working in consulting firms, the private or public sector, who lead or contribute to sustainability programs and initiatives including:

  • Senior and executive leadership
  • Professionals working in environmental and sustainability teams or departments, such as energy or environmental managers
  • Communications and CSR professionals

During this 60-minute webinar, you’ll learn:

  • The realities that corporations will be facing and how those will impact their business
  • Possible pathways to sustainable business
  • Insight from experts who have worked with multiple corporations of varying size
  • Where to find examples of best practice

Why is this topic important for environmental professionals?

Corporations are facing the reality of operating in a world with finite resources. Environmental professionals who contribute to sustainability programs and initiatives can gain insights into emerging trends and best practices for sustainable business by viewing this webinar.

How do I access the webinar?

Complete the webinar download form with your contact information. Upon submission, you’ll receive a link to the webinar recording.

When was this webinar recorded?

This webinar was recorded in October 2015.

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Stephanie Hamilton

ing., EP (Sustainability), Vice-President, Sustainable Business, ÉEM Sustainable Management

At EEM for over 20 years, Stephanie is a senior certified EP with a specialization in Sustainability, focused on accompanying clients in their pursuit of sustainable development.

Building on a career implementing environmental or integrated management systems, auditing and assisting clients with their environmental compliance obligations, Stephanie’s efforts now centre on:

  • The development and implementation of sustainability strategies;
  • The definition and tracking of sustainability performance indicators;
  • Sustainability communications including corporate sustainability reports meeting international disclosure standards; and
  • Facilitation of sustainable development committees or training events.

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Jim Banks

Senior Consultant and Founder of the Sustainable Development Association (SDA)

Jim Banks is an accomplished sustainability professional with extensive experience in new product development, strategic foresight and innovation. Diverse in experience and pragmatic in orientation, he has a track record of translating sustainability into concrete actions.

Twenty years ago, he founded a unique non-profit association advocating sustainability to design professionals and has devoted his career to helping committed individuals and organizations to become sustainability leaders.

+ Overview

Addressing the Sustainability Challenge: How will businesses adapt to a world with finite resources?

If we accept the premise that business as usual is no longer possible on a planet with finite resources, how can we encourage corporations to prepare for the future?

Hear from two seasoned players in the field of sustainability on an overview of the emerging business models that hold the most promise.

You’ll gain a brief overview of the most interesting emerging models, their strengths and shortcomings, and what avenues to explore for further reflection.

This free webinar is designed for professionals working in consulting firms, the private or public sector, who lead or contribute to sustainability programs and initiatives including:

  • Senior and executive leadership
  • Professionals working in environmental and sustainability teams or departments, such as energy or environmental managers
  • Communications and CSR professionals
+ Course Outcomes

During this 60-minute webinar, you’ll learn:

  • The realities that corporations will be facing and how those will impact their business
  • Possible pathways to sustainable business
  • Insight from experts who have worked with multiple corporations of varying size
  • Where to find examples of best practice
+ FAQ

Why is this topic important for environmental professionals?

Corporations are facing the reality of operating in a world with finite resources. Environmental professionals who contribute to sustainability programs and initiatives can gain insights into emerging trends and best practices for sustainable business by viewing this webinar.

How do I access the webinar?

Complete the webinar download form with your contact information. Upon submission, you’ll receive a link to the webinar recording.

When was this webinar recorded?

This webinar was recorded in October 2015.

+ Experts
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Stephanie Hamilton

ing., EP (Sustainability), Vice-President, Sustainable Business, ÉEM Sustainable Management

At EEM for over 20 years, Stephanie is a senior certified EP with a specialization in Sustainability, focused on accompanying clients in their pursuit of sustainable development.

Building on a career implementing environmental or integrated management systems, auditing and assisting clients with their environmental compliance obligations, Stephanie’s efforts now centre on:

  • The development and implementation of sustainability strategies;
  • The definition and tracking of sustainability performance indicators;
  • Sustainability communications including corporate sustainability reports meeting international disclosure standards; and
  • Facilitation of sustainable development committees or training events.

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Jim Banks

Senior Consultant and Founder of the Sustainable Development Association (SDA)

Jim Banks is an accomplished sustainability professional with extensive experience in new product development, strategic foresight and innovation. Diverse in experience and pragmatic in orientation, he has a track record of translating sustainability into concrete actions.

Twenty years ago, he founded a unique non-profit association advocating sustainability to design professionals and has devoted his career to helping committed individuals and organizations to become sustainability leaders.