Earlier this year, a nonpartisan team of business leaders, economists and climate scientists issued the first multidisciplinary report on the financial risks associated with climate change. Spearheaded by the think tank Next Generation, the June 2014 ‘Risky Business’ report broke new ground in its use of big data to uncover how climate change will likely affect the utility, insurance and agriculture industries in the United States.
Free webinar on Feb.11 will feature highlights from NAEM's 2014 trends report
Please join NAEM on Feb. 11 at 1:00 p.m. (EST) for a FREE presentation of results from “Planning for a Sustainable Future”, an in-depth analysis of the ideas that will shape environment, health and safety (EHS) and sustainability management in the year to come.
This one-hour presentation will identify the organizational priorities for leadership companies this year as well as the thinking that will shape budgets over the coming 12-16 months.
Jan. 22, 2014 /3BL Media/ - The one-time promise that sustainability could become a business management paradigm has started to take hold within leadership companies, according to “Planning for a Sustainable Future”, a trends report published today by the National Association for Environmental Management (NAEM).
NAEM is the largest professional association for corporate environment, health and safety, and sustainability decision-makers.
By Michael Miller, Vice President of Environment, Health and Safety at Dean Foods
As the co-chair of the Forum planning committee, I am excited to see this year's conference program shaping up to be one of the best ones yet. To make the experience fresh for those of you who know us well, and to meet the needs of those of you who are new to us, we’ve looked at the process in a new way.