External Future Forces That Will ‘Disrupt’ the Business of Sustainability (Webinar)

In this webinar, GEMI and IFTF share a new project proposal to develop a custom forecast that will point a ten-year lens on external future forces—including both threats and opportunities—that will disrupt sustainability, with a focus on business choices and business strategy.  Learn more about this project at gemi.org/newsletter/project-invitation-external-future-forces-will-disrupt-business-sustainability/ 

Business Value of Water

GEMI is pleased to share a new video series on the Business Value of Water. The series features sustainability leaders from GEMI’s member companies and non-profit partners sharing their insights on the business value of water.

Interviews were filmed during GEMI’s July 8-9, 2015 Meeting on Water Stewardship, hosted by Smithfield Foods in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  Interviewees were asked to share their insights on topics such as the business value of water risk management, integrating water goals into sustainability programs, and engaging with external partners around water stewardship.

Interviewees

GEMI Water Resources

Special thanks to Charleston|Orwig for all their support in the production of these video interviews.

Business Value of Water: Smithfield Foods

Bill Gill, AVP Environmental Affairs, Smithfield Foods, talks about the business value of water.

Learn more at http://gemi.org/news/video-series-business-value-of-water

Business Value of Water: Ceres

Brooke Barton, Senior Director, Water Program, Ceres, talks about the business value of water.

Learn more at http://gemi.org/news/video-series-business-value-of-water