Corporate sustainability and resiliency trend toward tomorrow

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In today’s rapidly changing and increasingly vulnerable environment, corporations are reinventing their business models. They are finding ways to create long-term shareholder value by embracing opportunities to manage risk while reducing environmental impact.

Earlier this month in Atlanta, a panel at the Airports Going Green Conference[1] presented winning formulas for operational efficiency, technology integration, workforce development, and resiliency at airport organizations.

Mital Hall (Director of Programs at ecoPreserve, LLC) moderated the panel of industry experts from the technology, finance and manufacturing space.

  • Salomon Salinas (Managing Director, Global Lead, Connected Campus & Cities at Accenture)
  • Jennifer Garner (Manager, Sustainability Communications at UPS)
  • Chris Hagler (Executive Director, Climate Change and Sustainability Services at Ernst & Young)

The panel shared management practices that they have seen contribute to sustained growth.

News and Notes items accompany the longer articles found in ecoPreserve’s newsletter, Sharing Sustainability. The newsletter can be previewed here.

Alexa Stone
LEED AP, Sustainable Facility Professional, Envision Sustainability Professional - - Alexa has more than 25 years of experience in sustainable and Smart Cities development. Her strategic planning work has served local, state, and federal government, higher education, and private industry. Alexa founded ecoPreserve in 2009 as a team of 3 and has grown the company to over a dozen of the brightest sustainability and project management professionals in the industry.
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