One Planet Webinars 2012 - 2013

Explore the One Planet Webinars 2012-13 series. This section has links to all the recording and speakers slides, and more.

13

September 2012
 

Leading by Example: Desso

Zero impact means a rethink of the entire business model from R&D to manufacturing to marketing and selling but, it's worth it. Since 2007, the Dutch carpet company Desso has provided solid evidence that closed-loop footing is more than just a fanciful eco-imaginary. More info...

Stef Kranendijk, CEO, DESSO


3

October 2012
 

Valuing Nature in Business

In 2011, the WBCSD released the Guide to Corporate Ecosystem Valuation (CEV), a framework for improving corporate decision-making by enabling companies to consider the actual benefits and values of the ecosystem services they depend and impact on. More info...

Eva Zabey, Assistant Program Manager, WBCSD
Nathalie Olsen, Expert Environment Economist, IUCN
Mathieu Tolian, CSR Manager, Veolia Water
Rashila Kerai, Biodiversity Programme Manager, Holcim


13

November 2012
 

From Footprint to Mindprint

From Footprint to Mindprint is a research currently conducted by WWF UK on the impact of business on cultural values and how this shapes citizens' responses to social and environmental challenges. More info...

Tom Crompton, Change Strategist, WWF UK
Jules Peck, Founding Partner, Flourishing Enterprise


Tom Crompton>Jules Peck

11

December 2012
 

Financial Innovations and Systemic Risks

While financial innovation could be a positive force for the development of financial systems, there is no doubt that it was a key trigger of the current economic crisis. More info...

Prof. Marc Chesney, Vice Director of the Institute of Banking and Finance, University of Zurich


15

January 2013
 

Leading by Example: Nestlé

What if business could create value for society? Nestlé, the world's largest food company, has been among the foremost practitioners of the concept of Creating Shared Values. More info...

Claus Conzelmann
, Vice President, Head of Safety, Health & Environmental Sustainability, Nestlé


12

February 2013
 

Leading by Example: Kingfisher

Is it enough for business to simply reduce their negative externalities on the planet? No, according to the Kingfisher retail group, which recently launched their Net Positive strategy. Instead they believe it’s the duty of business to not only conserve, but to give back and regenerate the planet, and what’s more, it can be profitable. More info...

Ian Cheshire, CEO, Kingfisher


20

March 2013
 

Breakthrough Capitalism

"Transforming capitalism is about more than shifting corporate behaviour. It requires a change in cultures, governance systems and tax regimes and this takes time" John Elkington said. More info...

John Elkington, Founding Partner & Executive Chairman, Volans


23

April 2013
 

Leading by Example: InterfaceFLOR

Interface is a fascinating example of how industry-led competition, rather than consumer demand, has been such an important engine of change. More info...

Ramon Arratia, Sustainability Director, InterfaceFLOR EMEAI


23

May 2013
 

Leading Together: H&M and WWF

When you think fast fashion, sustainability isn't usually a word that comes to mind, but Helena Helmersson is doing everything she can to change that. More info...

Helena Helmersson, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, H&M


18

June 2013
 

Leading in Changing Times: Hazel Henderson

Hazel Henderson has been staging a one-person campaign for good economic sense for more than two decades. She is a world renowned futurist, evolutionary economist, a worldwide syndicated columnist, consultant on sustainable development, and author of the award-winning book Ethical Markets: Growing the Green Economy (2006) and eight other books. More info...

Hazel Henderson, founder of Ethical Markets Media


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