Justmeans Conferences: Help Us Change the Future of Sustainability

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MARCH 25: Integrated Reporting and Measuring Sustainability, LONDON

Explore the future of non-financial reporting and get the GRI perspective.

Using non-financial reporting to support real-time, strategic business decisions: How much time and resources should be budgeted for gathering sustainability data?
Adopting Global Reporting Initiative’s G3 guidelines in advance of mandatory regulatory requirements.
Understanding the priorities of investors: What will make sustainability more relevant to retail and institutional investors?
Reducing risk of backfire when releasing non-financial data: Social media is forcing companies to rethink their sustainability communications strategy.
Join the Reporting leaders (speaking):

Paul Dickinson, Executive Chairman, Carbon Disclosure Project
Nelmara Arbex, Deputy Chief Executive, Global Reporting Initiative
Jessica Fries, Director, Accounting for Sustainability Project
Helle Bank Jorgeson, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Wim Bartels, Global Head of Sustainability Services, KPMG
Carsten Ingerslev, Director, Danish Government Centre for CSR
Susan Blesener, Director, Corporate Accountability, Novo Nordisk
Claus Frier, Head of Sustainable Development, Novozymes A/S
Toby Heaps, Co-Founder and President, Corporate Knights
Niels Christiansen, Vice President of Public Affairs, Nestle S.A.
Nicholas Robinson, Head of Reporting, BP plc
Enrique Torres, Senior Manager Training & Coaching Programs, GRI
Michael Muyot, President and Founder, CRD Analytics
Francis Sullivan, Adviser on the Environment, HSBC
Dan Vogel, CEO, Enablon

+MARCH 24 WORKSHOP: Measuring What Matters seating is very limited. Find out more.

APRIL 5: Certification, Consumption, and Change, WASHINGTON, DC

Help create the future of sustainable product certifications and eco-labeling.
Talk to key decision makers: Michael Conroy of Transfair, Miles McEvoy from the USDA, Corey Brinkema of FSC, Han de Groot from UTZ, and other leaders.
Be involved in the discussion. Engage in lively debate with academics and practitioners, examine innovative case studies, and ask the difficult questions.
Learn from brands that have been there. We are joined by Starbucks, Mars, Tiffany’s, Smithsonian, and many others.
Join the Reporting leaders (speaking):

Michael ConroyTransfair
Kelly Goodejohn, Director, Starbucks
Benjamin Cashore, Author and Professor, Yale
Anisa Costa, Sustainability, Tiffany’s; Pres., Tiffany’s Foundation
Rodney North, Equal Exchange
Dan Vogel, CEO, Enablon
Bill Pease, Chief Scientist GoodGuide
Barry Parkin, Global Supply Chain Vice President, Chocolate
Scott McDougal, President, Terra Choice
Robert Rice, Dir. Bird Friendly Certification, Smithsonian Institute
Miles V. McEvoy, Deputy Administrator, Nat’l Organic Program, USDA
Corey Brinkema, President, Forest Stewardship Council
Anastasia O’Rourke, Co-Founder, BigRoom
Sujeesh Krishnan, Head of Carbon Footprinting, Carbon Trust
Mike van Patten, CEO, Mission Markets
Leonardo Bonanni, Founder and CEO, Source Map
Elizabeth Kennedy, Dir. Evaluation & Research, Rainforest Alliance
Kerry Coughlin, Regional Dir., Marine Stewardship Council
Han de Groot, Executive Director, UTZ

Register by 2.28 to qualify for early bird rates. Find out more.