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Dow's Collaborative Blueprint for Unlocking Carbon Reductions
Dr. Nicoletta Piccolrovazzi

Dow Olympic and Sports Solutions sits at the intersection of science and sport to bring the world ...

Dow Olympic and Sports Solutions sits at the intersection of science and sport to bring the world the best of technology, innovation and people. Their aim is to help Dow customers and partners gain competitive differentiation, enhance their sustainability expertise, and showcase their products in sport while making their processes more economically and environmentally efficient.

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Elytus: The Business of Wasting Nothing
Matthew Hollis

Matthew S. Hollis is the Cofounder and President of Elytus. Serial IT entrepreneur and Elytus CEO ...

Matthew S. Hollis is the Cofounder and President of Elytus. Serial IT entrepreneur and Elytus CEO Dr. Alan Dillman started Elytus in 2007 after meeting Hollis as a candidate for the entrepreneurial incubator Dillman was running, The Center for Business Innovation (CBI) at Cedarville University. Hollis and Dillman saw a market opportunity to provide better waste solutions for chain retailers, such as restaurants and grocery stores, bytrue

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A Finer Future: Creating An Economy In Service to Life
Hunter Lovins

L. Hunter Lovins is the President and Founder of Natural Capitalism Solutions (NCS), a non-profit ...

L. Hunter Lovins is the President and Founder of Natural Capitalism Solutions (NCS), a non-profit formed in 2002 in Longmont, CO. A renowned author and champion of sustainable development for over 35 years, Hunter has consulted on business, economic development, sustainable agriculture, energy, water, security, and climate policies for scores of governments, communities, and companies worldwide. Within the United States, she has consulted fortrue

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Moving the Needle Toward a More Holistic & Ethical Fashion Industry
Deb Johnson

Deb Johnson is the Founder and Executive Director of the Pratt Institute/Brooklyn Fashion + Design ...

Deb Johnson is the Founder and Executive Director of the Pratt Institute/Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator, a hub for ethical fashion and responsible technology that promotes triple bottom line values that link financial success to an ethical and sustainable supply chain. Deb also founded the Center for Sustainable Design Strategies at Pratt Institute and has been leading the integration of sustainability into Pratt’s art, design andtrue

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How Danone North America Became the Largest Certified B Corp in the World
Deanna Bratter

Danone North America – maker of Dannon, Silk, So Delicious, Horizon Organic and Vega, among others ...

Danone North America – maker of Dannon, Silk, So Delicious, Horizon Organic and Vega, among others – recently became the largest certified B Corp™ in the world for its commitment to social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency.

As a large multinational company, Danone North America demonstrated that certification is attainable, and should be an ambition for companies regardless of size or sector.

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How Lyft is Working to Reclaim Cities for People and not Cars
Sam Arons

Lyft was one of the first companies to join former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s “We Are ...

Lyft was one of the first companies to join former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s “We Are Still In” movement to pledge our commitment to the Paris Climate Accord. Shortly after, they outlined their Climate Impact Goals to do their part to address the threat posed by global climate change.

Sam Arons is Director of Sustainability at Lyft, overseeing the company’s sustainability and climate impact efforts. Sam plays an essential role intrue

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S'Well Proves Sustainability Can Be Stylish
Sarah Kauss

Sarah Kauss is the Founder and CEO of S'well. She is known as one of America's most successful ...

Sarah Kauss is the Founder and CEO of S'well. She is known as one of America's most successful self-made womenIn 2010, she launched her company on the idea that the world needed less plastic water bottles. She believed that if they made a crave-worthy bottle that combined fashion with function, people would stop buying disposable bottles, and we could reduce single-use plastic consumption worldwide. Her company is now worth over $50true

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At Burton, Success Means Maximizing Social Impact By Minimizing Environmental ...
Ali Kenney

Ali proposed and built Burton’s Global Sustainability Department and has reported directly to ...

Ali proposed and built Burton’s Global Sustainability Department and has reported directly to Burton's co-owner and CEO, Donna Carpenter, for the last six years. Ali also now heads up Global Strategy and Insights for Burton, along with leading the Global Supply Chain (Supply Planning and Purchasing, Quality, Product Service, Warranty and Asia Operations) and Sustainability Teams. 

In Sustainability, Ali drives the global sustainabilitytrue

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Creating New Value Frontiers Through Future First Leadership
Alice Mann

Alice Mann is an organizational psychologist who advises senior executives to build their ...

Alice Mann is an organizational psychologist who advises senior executives to build their leadership teams and design their organizations to achieve their mission and strategy. Mann has consulted with and coached scores of leaders of global Fortune 500 companies, preeminent non-profits, and social enterprises to inspire and deliver strong performance results. She is a former vice president at JPMorgan Chase, where she led large post-mergertrue

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Beyond Politics: The Private Governance Response to Climate Change
Michael Vandenbergh

Michael Vandenbergh, Co-Author of "Beyond Politics: A Private Governance Response to Climate ...

Michael Vandenbergh, Co-Author of "Beyond Politics: A Private Governance Response to Climate Change"

Beyond Politics: The Private Governance Response to Climate Change makes the case that the private sector can fill the environmental gap created by partisan politics. Vandenbergh and co-author Jonathan Gilligan highlight the emissions reduction initiatives of prominent firms like Hewlett Packard and Mars, Inc., and they call for furthertrue

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Building Construction with a Conscious
Casey Grey

Casey Grey is the CEO of The Conscious Builder. As a licensed carpenter, him and his team focus on ...

Casey Grey is the CEO of The Conscious Builder. As a licensed carpenter, him and his team focus on building and renovating homes “consciously”. Ultimately, these are homes that are cheaper to operate, better for the environment, more comfortable to live in and, most importantly, healthier for the families who live in them.

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