The sustainability table stakes are growing ever higher for businesses around the world. No longer is it sufficient to offer anecdotal evidence of ESG efforts. Consumers, citizens and businesses are demanding transparency, accountability, reporting and ROI. Today’s pandemic has made the business case for real action around sustainability stronger and more timely.
Even as our world faces crises on multiple fronts, those businesses, cities and organizations who have placed ESG at the core of their work are proving to be more resilient, adapting rapidly to change while charting a sustainable course that will benefit future generations.
How can businesses across the ESG spectrum learn from this pivotal moment and drive sustainable and equitable changes for the mutual benefit of consumers, employees and our planet? Learn about the principles of sustainable recovery and how ESG-centered strategies help organizations successfully navigate today’s public health pandemic and economic crisis as well as other complex challenges.
In this roundtable, you’ll learn about the timely topics of ESG stakeholder engagement, consumer awareness, integrated reporting, sustainability messaging and education. Our panelists will share practical examples of customers and partners who have aligned business and sustainability goals with great success as well as recent COVID-related learnings that shed light on the increasingly essential role of ESG principles in business model resilience.
- Caitlin Leibert, Director of Sustainability, Chipotle Mexican Grill
- David Rachelson, Chief Sustainability Officer, Rubicon
- Jeremy Faust, Assistant VP, Environmental Sustainability, Fifth Third Bank
- Michael Kobori, Chief Sustainability Officer, Starbucks