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Co-sponsors
Supply Chain Consulting - the providers of the CarbonView solution 3C The Carbon Credit Company LLC

Booz Allen Hamilton

ENVIRON International Corp

ERM

Greenhouse Gas Services

Technidata


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Who will attend
Meet Senior Decision Makers from the following industry sectors:
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RETAIL
  • Vice Presidents for CSR
  • Heads of Environmental Affairs
  • Health, Safety & Environment Directors
  • Directors of Sustainability
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CONSUMER PRODUCTS
  • Director of Sustainable Development
  • Heads of Natural Resources
  • Director, Environmental Stewardship
  • Corporate Affairs Directors
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LOGISTICS & TRANSPORTATION
  • Directors of Procurement
  • Vice Presidents Business Development
  • Directors of Supply Chains
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PACKAGING & SUPPLIERS
  • Marketing Directors
  • Sustainable Packaging Directors
  • Heads of QA
  • Energy Managers

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  Carbon & Environmental Footprint Supply Chain Summit 2008
Carbon Footprint Consumer Products Summit

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Defining the business case for measuring and reducing your carbon footprint: how can you do it while maintaining business growth?

With rises in the costs of fuel and widespread media coverage on the threats of global warming, reducing your carbon footprint is increasingly at the forefront of the sustainability agenda for consumer product manufacturers and retailers. It is not just about saving the planet: it is about energy efficiency and business partnerships. Together with the potential for standards and upcoming regulation, more and more businesses and clients are looking to effectively deliver carbon reductions within their life cycle costs as a serious commercial and environmental proposition.

Yet, how can you ensure that your climate change initiative will not interfere with business growth? How much financial sense does it make for a company to measure and reduce its carbon footprint? With so much uncertainty about what a carbon footprint or even a carbon-rated product is, there is a primary need to define the concept and understand why measuring your carbon footprint is important, what it is exactly and how to even embark on such an initiative, whether it is being eco-efficient and lowering greenhouse gas emissions within your own operations, or whether it is mapping out the baselines across your supply chain and setting targets to make the greatest carbon reductions as cost-effectively as possible.

The Carbon Footprint Consumer Products Summit is part of the first ever global series of conferences to demonstrate the business case for measuring your carbon footprint. The event will dissect the WHYS, going beyond the environmental arguments and analyzing the business case for climate change initiatives. Using case studies from industry leaders, the event will then show you how to get started, literally taking you, step by step, to define a reference point for your carbon reductions investments, both internally and across the supply chain.


Partners
BSR EcoSecurities EarthShift

Official Publication
Sustainable Industries Supermarket News
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ISOTRAK

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Environmental Leader

Environmental Leader will be the Official News Provider at the Carbon Footprint Consumer Products Summit

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Expert Speaker Panel
Jim Stanway, Senior Director – Global Supplier Initiatives, Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
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Ann Thrupp, Sustainability and Organic Development, Fetzer Vineyards
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Brian Glazebrook, Manager Supply Chain Corporate Responsibility, Cisco
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Sarah Froman, Policy Advisor, EPA Smartway Transport Partnership
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Stan Cooper, Transport and Logistics Manager, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company
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Daniel Daggett, Manager Enviornmental Sustainability, JohnsonDiversey
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Dave Newman, Head of Global Sustainability, Nike
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Dave Stangis, Director of Corporate Responsibility, Intel
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Ellen W. Feeney, VP Responsible Livelihood, WhiteWave Food Company
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Jim Hartzfeld, Interface Inc.
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Fabian DeGarbo, Director of Sustainable Packaging, Whole Foods Markets
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Elissa Loughman , Environmental Analyst, Patagonia
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Kevin Rabinovitch, Director of Sustainability, Mars
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Lee Kindberg, Director Environment, Maersk Inc.
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Paul Comey, Vice-President Environmental Affairs, Green Mountain Coffee
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Richard Ellis, Head of Sustainability, Boots PLC
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Thomas Mooney, Senior Vice President Sustainability, Fiji Water
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Tim Smith, Senior Director Sustainable Development, Shaklee Corporation
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Lyn Brown, VP Corporate Relations and CSR, Catalyst Paper Corporation
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Lori Duvall, Director of Ecoresponsibility, Sun Microsystems
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Alex Mcintosh, Director Corporate Citizenship, Nestle Waters North America
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Christina Page, Director of Climate and Energy, Yahoo!
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Anne Hambleton, Senior Manager, Business Development, NativeEnergy

Global Sustainability Summits
Just a few of the companies that have benefited from attending one of American Business Conferences’ Global Sustainability Summits in 2007:
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Amtrak
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Aveda
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Ben and Jerry’s
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Bureau Veritas
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Cadbury Schweppes
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Cisco
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Citigroup
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DHL
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Diageo
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EPA
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GE Energy
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Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
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Home Retail Group
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Intel Corporation
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Interface Inc.
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Invista
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JP Morgan Chase
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Kimberly-Clark
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Kodak
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Kraft Foods
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McDonald’s
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Microsoft
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Nestle Purina
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Nike
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Pepsico
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Procter & Gamble
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Starbucks Coffee Company
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Stonyfield
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Tesco
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Tetra Pak
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The Climate Group
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The Hearst Corporation
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The Office Depot
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Unilever
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UPS
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Wal-Mart Corporation
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WhiteWave Food Company

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