Description

Among the many corporate sustainability goals, reducing waste is one that has been universally viewed as achievable - albeit complicated and somewhat messy. While basic recycling and reuse of materials have buoyed efforts to eliminate waste, innovative thinking has rocketed some corporate efforts closer to the prestigious goal of zero waste. Join this panel for an in-depth and surprising look at how corporations in diverse industries are reinventing recycling as we know it and taking responsibility for the waste resulting from the production and consumption of material goods, from packaging to electronics to apparel.

Chatter

Speakers (1)

User Jeni Izuel CFO Net Impact

Moderators (1)

Paschall, Melissa Melissa Paschall Director, Business and Environment Initiative Harvard University - Harvard Business School

Panelists (3)

Hilker, Suzanne Suzanne Hilker Manager, Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability Best Buy Company Inc.
Murphy, Una Una Murphy Sr. Global Concept Designer, the Levi’s® Brand Levi Strauss &Company
Washburn, Michael Michael Washburn Vice President, Sustainability Nestle Waters North America