Sunday, June 24, 2018

Event - Companies Vs. Climate Change (Europe & US)

The European event will take place October, 9-10, 2018 at the Amsterdam ING Headquarters. The US event will take place on November 28-29, 2018 at the Adrienne Arsht Center, in Miami.

Companies vs. Climate Change (CvCC)  is an event series whose mission it is to bring together companies from around the world to discuss climate change and how they can work together to address it most impactfully. CvCC is a media and events company whose mission is to serve as a global forum for companies of all sizes to share best practices for solving climate change with wholly justifiable business value. CvCC strives to serve as a conduit that will bring companies together to create business driven solutions to the climate crisis. Certain things call for simplicity.

This conference is about three things

1. Climate change
2. How can companies address climate change?
3. How can companies collaborate to address climate change?

The B2B Climate Solutions Event

CvCC is dedicated to providing a forum for business leaders to connect around climate change solutions. We strive to be an open and straight-forward arena for companies to collaborate and share best practices for being part of the solution to the climate crisis. Companies vs. Climate Change is not a political organization. We are merely a platform for promoting joint business cooperation on an international emergency.

Who Will Attend?

This event is intended for any professional at any company who is involved in the process of decreasing their company’s carbon footprint and is part of the effort to solve climate change.  Job titles will include Managers, Directors, VPs and C-Level executives in the following areas: Sustainability, Corporate Responsibility, Renewable Energy, Marketing, PR, Communications, EHS, Supply Chain, Corporate Counsel, Facility Design and Construction, Emergency Response Risk Insurance, Brand Strategy, Infrastructure Finance

Unique Sustainability Events

We know you support green and sustainable events regularly. What’s different about Companies vs. Climate Change (CvCC)? In a word: everything. Are you planning on being in a room full of regulators and academics? Well, then you’re probably not planning on going to CvCC. CvCC is building a community around the idea that uniting businesses, in unison with governments, is the key to effecting change. Our community affords you with an opportunity to learn from and work together with those companies that have the sincere intention of driving global action as we face the emergency that is climate change – together.

Government agencies and educators have invaluable wisdom to share in our fight against global disaster – but we believe that the business world possesses the scale, resources, capacity, and genuine interest in helping to address this crisis.

So why is CvCC different? Because our stripped-down, red-tape-free, straightforward community of change drivers isn’t planning on sitting around pointing fingers or patting backs – it’s ready to act. To build. To unite. To influence….To bring about climate CHANGE!

Speakers at the European Event

Jurriaan Ruys
Founder, CEO Land Life Company

Louise Koch
Corporate Sustainability Director, Dell EMC, Europe, Middle East & Africa.

Rebecca Fay
CMO at Natural Capital Partners

Kathleen Enright
Deputy Managing Director, Salterbaxter

Huw Maggs
Director of Strategy, Salterbaxter

Ian Knight
Global Sustainability Senior Manager - MARS Inc.

Andrew McMullen
Renewable and Buildings Senior Manager at LEGO Group

Michael Cooke
SVP, HSE & Sustainability, ABB

Thibault d’Ursel
Global Head of Sustainability at bpost

Arnaud Brohe
CEO, CO2logic

Romy Miltenburg
Manager CSR & Sustainability EMEA at ASICS Europe BV

Axelle Bodoy
Global Milk CO2 - GHG manager at Danone

Kate Redington
Supply Chain Account Manager at CDP

Carla Neefs
Director, Supplier Sustainability and Audits, Signify

Andreas Follér
Sustainability Manager, Scania Group

Kati Kaskeala
Corporate Communications and Sustainability Director at Kellogg, Southern Europe

Tom Salisbury
Senior Sustainable Business Manager at Vodafone

Kaitlin Crouch-Hess
Global Environmental Program Manager, ING

Speakers at the American Event

Suzanne Shelton
CEO of Shelton Group

Nanette Lockwood
Global Director, Climate Policy and Advocacy, Ingersoll Rand

Arnaud Brohe
CEO, CO2logic

Maeve Burns
Sr. Sustainability Analyst, Steelcase

Nathan Nissen
Principal Engineer, Sustainability Kohler Co.

Joe Doolan
Head of Environmental Affairs, TD Bank

Emilio Tenuta
Vice President of Corporate Sustainability - Ecolab

Angela Foster-Rice
Managing Director - Environmental Affairs & Sustainability, United Airlines

Tyler J. Krutzfeldt, CFA
Managing Director – Mont Vista Capital

Maureen Hart
Executive Director International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP)

Stacy Smedley
Director of Sustainability at Skanska USA

Dawn Emling
Vice President and Head of ESG Institute, Thomson Reuters

Mike Dieterich
Energy and Sustainability Manager at MedImmune/Astra Zeneca

Olivia Sprinkel
Head of Salterbaxter North America, Salterbaxter MSLGROUP

Chris Castro
Director of Sustainability, City of Orlando

Kristina Joss
Head of Strategy & Commercial Director - Salterbaxter MSLGROUP

John Kotlarczyk, Jr.
Senior Director, CSR & Waste Reduction at Walgreens

Hugh Welsh
General Counsel, Secretary & President, DSM North America

Brendon Steele
Director of Stakeholder Engagement, Future 500

Greg Hamra
Leader, Citizens Climate Lobby

Roian Atwood
Director of Sustainability at VF Corp (Wrangler/Lee)

Click here to register for the European event.
Click here to register for the American event.

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