As you can see we have an outstanding group of speakers. CvCC is highly interactive and all participants contribute to the conversation. Join us in Miami this November as we explore the most cutting edge corporate climate solutions.
Wednesday 29 November 2017
Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
Ryder Case Study: Emerging Technologies, Advanced Fuels Strategies & Implementation For The Transportation Industry.
Walmart’s 2025 Sustainability Goals and Project Gigaton
Sustainable Supply Chain Panel
At the Convergence: How a Global Portfolio Approach to Renewables Supports the Pursuit of Decarbonization, Decentralization, and Digitization of Energy
Wearable Technology Poised To Increase Sustainability, Transparency And Affordability. An Innovative Lens On A Traditionally Static Activity
Carbon Pricing: What’s Your Exposure?
Helly Hansen’s Strategy To Alleviate Pressure On Water Pollution And Consumption
Science-based Targets: Not All Climate Goals Are Created Equal
Networking Reception hosted by Autodesk
Thursday 30 November 2017
Chairperson’s Remarks & Group Discussion
A Message about ISSP
Climate Change: The Greatest Design (and Business) Opportunity of Our Time
One tactic for sustainability success: Be bold.
Holistic Business Approaches And Their Sustainability Impacts: Public Benefit Corporations And Their Role In The Future Of Business
Climate Change, Risk Management, Resource Scarcity, And The Travel And Tourism Industry
Friday 1 December 2017
Driving Large-Scale Initiatives That Positively Impact Our Environment
Actions Being Taken By Ford To Reduce Greenhouse Gases Emitted From Products, Operations, Supply Chain And Future Business Models.
Bechtel’s “Circular Approach” To Projects To Reduce Our Environmental Footprint
GM'S Renewable Energy Efforts And The RE100
Communicating Climate Change
Raising the Bar for Corporate Sustainability Leadership
End of Conference