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The Prince of Wales’s Business & Sustainability Programme ►
Transition or disruption?
Building on the launch of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement on climate change to examine what the emerging economic, social and political trends really mean for business and individual leaders. Participants will join leading experts to discuss how sustainability issues are shaping regulation, markets and supply chain and to explore how their organisations can manage this changing context.
Some of the 35 senior decision-makers who will attend include: Group President at Procter & Gamble; Executive Director of Environment and Business at the Environment Agency; COO of Bidvest; CFO of Kingfisher; as well as senior communications, HR, policy and procurement directors at ARM Holdings, B&Q, Finance Norway, LEGO and the IFC.
Expert contributions include
Global sustainability trends: Will Day, Sustainability Advisor to PricewaterhouseCoopers and Fellow of CISL.
Rewiring the economy: André Abadie, Managing Director, Head of Global Environmental and Social Risk Management, J.P. Morgan; Thomas Lingard, Vice President Global Policy & Advocacy, Unilever; Jill Duggan, Special Advisor on Carbon Policy at Doosan Babcock.
Implementing sustainability leadership: Sue Garrard, SVP Global Communications, Unilever; Anna Easton, Connected Society Programme Director, BT; Fokko Wientjes, Vice President Corporate Sustainability, DSM.
The commercial implications: James Stacey, Partner, Environmental Resources Management and Fellow of CISL.
Academic speakers include
Prof Gerry Gilmore, Professor of Experimental Philosophy, Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge and Dr Emily Shuckburgh, Head of Open Oceans, British Antarctic Survey.
The seminar includes a Gala Dinner at Queens’ College.