Building sustainable, climate-resilient supply chains for your business
This one-hour webinar will explore how businesses are moving from ‘risk’ to ‘resilience’ with their supply chains by championing sustainability, increasing transparency, and engaging suppliers with climate action.
As the threats of the climate crisis become ever more real, the onus is on businesses to future-proof operations through effective engagement with the supply chain. From comprehensive measurement and auditing through to the development of collaborative initiatives to spur collective action – this is arguably the most important piece of the sustainability puzzle.
This edie webinar, hosted in association with UL, will bring together a selection of sustainability and supply chain experts to showcase how organisations large and small can engage with suppliers to deliver deep decarbonisation and accelerate climate action.
Specifically, the webinar will equip energy and sustainability professionals with unique insights into how to spur the use of renewable energy among suppliers; enhance social sustainability at every point in the chain; and monitor and report progress.
- Carrot or stick: How to decarbonise your supply chain?
- The role of transparency and risk analysis in future-proofing product supply
- Looking beyond the ‘four walls’ to drive sustainability
INTRODUCTION AND CHAIR:
Content Editor, edie.net
Senior Sustainability Consultant at UL
Adrian leads UL’s Carbon Management practice. In this role he applies a decade of experience working with many of the world’s largest companies to measure and manage their carbon footprint. He blends technical depth developed between 2015 and 2019 with UL and strategic vision gained between 2011 and 2014 with Accenture. Combined these enable him to take a precision approach to decarbonization. His main focus, and personal mission is helping global brands understand emissions hotspots in their supply chain so that they can target their carbon reduction activities for maximum impact.
CEO & Co-Founder
With a career of over 20 years of experience in value chain, sustainability and banking, Marcela is a recognised leader in purpose-led transformation models, with a proven track record in South America, North America and Europe. Prior to co-founding Project X, Marcela was Head of Customer Innovation at RBS, and a member of its Corporate Banking Board, where she led innovative programmes transforming the way traditional systems work together, resulting in multi-million pound savings, additional revenue for the bank, its customers and suppliers and significant environmental benefits. In 2015, she was recognised as Leader of the Year by Business Green and in 2014 she received a Word of Difference Award for her contributions to supplier inclusion.
Technologist, Circular Economy, IT Efficiency and Sustainability,
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Mateo Dugand is an Energy & Sustainability Engineer, who holds a Master’s degree in Energy Management and Sustainability Engineering from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland. Today, Mateo Dugand leads HPE’s practice for customer collaboration on circular economy, sustainability and IT efficiency in EMEA. He partners with HPE’s largest customers, stakeholders, and governments to develop net positive solutions to business challenges, share best practices, and drive new business opportunities. Previously, Mateo Dugand worked in 4 different continents in both private and public sector, where he led the Waste Management Agency’s Operation Department for the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and led a team of 700 professionals. Before that, Mateo Dugand has worked on several circular economy, sustainability and energy projects as in Pointe-Noire, Congo and Jacksonville, Florida, USA and more recently on anaerobic digestion of organic waste processes for the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah.
Head of Sustainable Business policy, BT
Gabrielle has worked on BT’s environmental sustainability programmes since 2009. Her work has spanned BT’s carbon targets, including BT’s recent 1.5 degrees Celsius science-based carbon reduction target, BT’s net positive carbon abatement target, ICT’s carbon abatement potential and BT supply chain engagement initiatives, such as the award-winning BT Better Future Supplier Forum. Gabrielle represents BT in external fora – WBCSD, We Mean Business and the UNFCCC Momentum for Change Advisory Panel.
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