NAEM's bi-annual EHS & Sustainability Software conference is a unique opportunity to learn how companies are using data management systems to track compliance metrics, mitigate business risks and report sustainability results externally. This is the only conference where you will see live software demonstrations by the EHS and sustainability leaders who selected and use these systems on a daily basis. This year's conference also will include structured roundtable discussions for attendees to benchmark their programs among their peers.
Insights and conversations on sustainable business practices in Asia.
In a time of shifting demands for services, changing operating environments, and mounting financial pressures, the skills of nonprofit leaders are being put to the test. Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management is an HBS Social Enterprise Initiative program that provides the opportunity for senior executives to examine their missions and develop new strategies for the new global economy. Visit our Website to learn more.
Sustainable development means meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Freeport-McMoRan's approach to sustainable development combines three essential elements: continued economic success, building local community capacity and societal trust through stakeholder engagement, and improving environmental performance. Environment & Ecology highlights news and stories of the company’s work to be compliant with laws and regulations and to minimize environmental impacts.
With the help of SAP Research and SAP Sustainability Operations, SAP is empowering Ghanaian farmers, primarily women, with mobile technology delivered in the cloud to help run their businesses. For many, this means a secure income or economic enfranchisement. The lessons learned from this project will help SAP roll out similar solutions for other fast growing crops and markets around the world and to pursue its goal of one billion users by 2015. Of course, the ecosystem of partners is vitally important to the success of the projects.
Hilton Worldwide is a nominee in the 2013 Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship (BCCCC) 5th Annual Film Festival – a competition to honor the best use of video as a corporate citizenship communications tool. Hilton Worldwide’s video submission showcases and celebrates the company's first Global Week of Service. The BCCCC Film Festival winner is narrowed down by an online public voting between February 14 and March 1 on the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship website.
The Elsevier Heritage Collection consists of over 2000 volumes with more than 1000 distinct titles published by the original House of Elzevier from 1580 to 1712. The collection is divided into our core collection, of around 1500 volumes and a reserve or “duplicate” collection. Approximately 400 non-Elzevier antiquarian titles and over 30 reference titles are also preserved in our museum quality, acclimatized display shelves in our Elsevier headquarters in Amsterdam.
On February 25, 2013, International Corporate Philanthropy Day (ICPD), CECP will host the 8th annual Board of Boards CEO Conference, “CALL TO ACTION: Engaged Leadership, Unprecedented Impact”. CECP will convene up to 100 Fortune 500 CEOS to recognize the shared potential CEOs of the world’s largest companies have in in advancing solutions to the world’s greatest challenges, including presentations by Ursula Burns, CEO of Xerox; James T. Prokopanko, CEO of Mosaic; Ginny Rometty, CEO of IBM; and additional CEOs to be announced.
General press releases and articles regarding happenings in the DSI program. MFA Design for Social Innovation at the School of Visual Arts in New York is the first MFA program at the intersection of design, social innovation and enterprises. This two year program is for people who want to become leaders of change in business, the non-profit world, communities or government.
Discover Your Skills is a multimedia public affairs campaign designed to address the growing decline in US skilled labor expertise. The goal of "Discover Your Skills" is to provide unemployed and a new multimedia public affairs campaign designed to address the growing decline in US skilled labor expertise. The goal of "Discover Your Skills" is to provide unemployed and underemployed Americans with access to critical resources for obtaining marketable job skills and expertise, and to raise awareness of career opportunities.