CSE Organizes a Roundtable in NYC Celebrating Four Years of Active Contribution to Sustainability in North America

Following the recent announcement of President Barack Obama and the Environmental Protection Agency that U.S. power plants must reduce their greenhouse emissions by 30% from 2005 levels by 2030, the Centre for Sustainability and Excellence delivered a roundtable discussion on “How to quantify the impact and value of your sustainability strategies” on June 2 at the Beacon Hotel in NYC.

During this event, which marks the sixth event CSE has done in NYC for the past four years, participants representing many different organizations, such as United Nations Global Compact, Ernst and Young, PwC, CINCS and Delhaize, had the opportunity to discuss many trending topics regarding the challenges corporations face in their investments on sustainability and CSR programs.

CSE would like to thank its guest speakers Mr. Bahar Gidwani, CEO of CSRHub, and Mr. Richard Parlier, Sustainability Project Integration Specialist of the United States Postal Service, who shared presentations about their corporations’ best practices, discussed the importance of return on investment on sustainability and made the evening a success.

Nikos Avlonas, CSE President, who was one of the speakers at the roundtable, mentioned, “We are excited with the opportunity to have an open discussion with sustainability professionals about one the hottest sustainability issues today, how to the measure Sustainability and CSR Strategies impact and value and be able to be one of the catalyst of change in North America.”

 

 

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