Date: Tuesday 23/2
Time: 15:00 – 16:30
Venue/registration: online, please register at firstname.lastname@example.org
Headline: How has the Coronavirus changed Corporate Sustainability?
Why is sustainable thinking in companies the key to moving forward in today’s uncertain world? How is sustainable thinking driving company’s adaptability and resilience?
Balancing the needs of people and planet with the imperative to make profits has never been more relevant. But how to adapt correctly and maximise the business benefits?
The pandemic has brought massive changes, but will these be profound and long-lasting? What lessons can we learn? How can business emerge better from this crisis? And what is the world likely to look like in the coming months and years?
Join a thought-provoking presentation followed by a discussion, where the necessity of a new sustainability strategy will be discussed.
A former director of Greenpeace International, Jonathan Wootliff provides strategic sustainability counsel to companies throughout the world. As a professional communicator, he devotes much of his time to the forging of productive relationships between non-governmental organizations and companies, and in resolving conflicts.
He has particular expertise in forestry, agriculture, energy and global warming, and has attended every annual United Nations climate conference since Kyoto. A regular writer and lecturer on sustainable development, corporate responsibility and governance, he is a member of the advisory board of Ethical Corporation magazine.
Jonathan lives in Prague and is a special advisor to the Czech Business Council for Sustainable Development. He works in Europe, the United States, Latin America and Asia.