It would be difficult to argue that we are heading in a positive direction when it comes to the environment. With sharpening clarity, the impacts of global warming are becoming more apparent: fires in Australia, dangerous floods, larger storms and the rapid loss of species. Science tells us we’ve got about 10 years to tackle the climate crisis before igniting the kind of warming that will lead to the most disastrous effects for humanity.
That’s why, now more than ever, it’s critical for sustainability managers and leaders to do something about it—for the good of their organizations, their communities and the world. For over a decade, companies have attended the >>think 2020<< Symposium to learn more about building a sustainable future. It’s an opportunity to network, innovate, think critically and analyze how best to move forward with strategic sustainability initiatives for your company and the organizations you collaborate with. With access to the experts from your industry and specialists in sustainability strategy, data and software, you can expand the possibilities for a more sustainable future for both your business and the planet.
At this year’s >>think 2020<< Symposium, participants can expect a wide variety of training, including basic and advanced SoFi and GaBi software training. Topics this year include sustainable packaging, the circular economy, Science Based Targets, carbon neutrality, sustainable supply chains, Environmental Production Declaration (EPD), Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Product Environmental Footprint (PEF), compliance and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) data.
You can also hear from interesting speakers, including David Metcalfe, Verdantix’s president and CEO, who will be presenting the keynote address; Paul Marushka, Sphera’s president and CEO; Marc Binder, Sphera’s vice president of global consulting services; and more. There will also be a bevy of networking and learning opportunities, including greater insights into Sphera’s wide range of software solutions.
Think about it: We still have time to transform society toward a sustainable future. And the >>think 2020<< Symposium is our opportunity to have fun while doing it! We look forward to seeing you in Germany!