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The Arctic has been described as the canary in the coalmine for the health of the global environment. It is a complex region that is experiencing unprecedented change. Arctic Basecamp at Davos brings this message to global leaders, via an Arctic Science Summit at the World Economic Forum 2017.
Event Time
18th January 2017
Venue
The World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland
In this interactive session, Duncan Pollard, a Senior Executive at Nestlé, will share his insights on sustainability, the impacts and dependencies we have upon the environment, the need for transparency and scrutiny and what he thinks society expects. He will finish his talk with how Nestlé approaches those challenges with a focus on engaging stakeholders as a business strategy.
Event Time
13:00
Venue
Management School LT04
Speaker
Duncan Pollard, Assistant Vice President for Stakeholders Engagement in Sustainability, Nestlé
Materiality is a core concept in sustainability to effectively identify and manage risks and opportunities. However, as a tool, Sustainability Materiality Assessments (recommended by the Global Reporting Initiative and others) continue to evolve and have yet to become an integral part of decision making for most businesses.
Event Time
10:00 - 15:00
Venue
Management School A217
Speaker
Professor Rodney Irwin & Dr. Todd Cort
Research Seminar and Lunchtime discussion with Prof. Bill Harley, Consulting Editor of the Journal of Management Studies
Event Time
11:00am-12:00 noon (lunch 12:30-1:30pm)
Venue
Management School LT09
Speaker
Professor Bill Harley
Research Workshop with Chris Brown, VP for Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability, Olam International
Event Time
11:00am-13:00pm
Venue
Lancaster Environment Centre, Gordon Manley Building, Training Room 1
Speaker
Chris Olam, VP for Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability, Olam International
In this interactive session, Tony Henshaw, a Senior Executive at Aditya Birla Group, will share his insights on building sustainable businesses, the risks and opportunities companies face, a new view of what sustainability means for business leaders, and share a three-step business model.
Event Time
11:00am - 12 midday
Venue
Lecture Theatre 3, Lancaster University Managment School
Speaker
Tony Henshaw (CSO Aditya Birla Group)
A research seminar presented by Prof. Michael Polonsky of Deakin University, which provides a model of market-level boycotts that examines their egregiousness components.
Event Time
1:30 - 2:30pm
Venue
Lecture Theatre 9, Lancaster University Management School
Speaker
Prof. Michael Polonsky, Deakin University
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