Join our working sessions! SSV’s Sustainability Implementation Roadmap is an enterprise-wide assessment tool, that helps businesses and other organizations reduce their environmental footprint by evaluating their existing sustainability efforts and providing the guidance, tools and resources necessary to help each business function integrate sustainable practices into their goals and operations. We are looking for people from different functions and organizations to help us refine and augment the Roadmap. We also want to explore the possibility of creating customized versions of the Roadmap. Participation is free! Please sign up for one or all of the working sessions:
Thursday, June 13, 11:30-1:00: Overall Sustainability Implementation Roadmap
Thursday, June 27, 12-1:30: Sustainability Implementation in Leadership and Finance function
Thursday, July 11, 11:30-1:00: Sustainability Implementation in HR and Operations functions
Thursday, August 15, 11:30-1:00: Sustainability Implementation for Products/Services and Supply Chain
Tuesday, August 20, 11:30-1:00: Sustainability Implementation for Customers and Community
Thursday, August 29, 12-1:30: Overall Sustainability Implementation Roadmap
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
Sustainable Silicon Valley
About SSV - Sustainable Silicon Valley (SSV) is a non-profit organization leading Silicon Valley to a more sustainable future by serving as a catalyst, change agent and source of information and inspiration. As a growing consortium of companies, governmental entities, academic and research institutions and non-profit organizations, we work together to achieve this vision through collaboration and innovation, bringing solutions from Silicon Valley’s inventors, entrepreneurs and enterprises to solve problems and create resilience in our region and bringing them from Silicon Valley to regions around the world.
Our partners include businesses such as HP, SAP, Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas), Google, Intuit and IBM; entrepreneurial ventures, government agencies such as NASA, the State of California’s Bay Area Air Quality Management District, counties, cities; universities, utilities and other NGOs.
More info: www.sustainablesv.org