July 16th and 17th – Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut
Can business make real progress on global environmental and social issues? Can businesses positively influence environmental and social trends while strengthening their own resilience to issues like climate change and resource scarcity? We think so – but we have to work together to get there.
The WBCSD, US BCSD, and Yale University are walking the talk. We’ve engaged in new organizational collaborations that will help scale up impact by joining forces and leveraging our collective capabilities. For example, the US BCSD and WBCSD have engaged in a new level of collaboration to connect the WBCSD’s thought leadership, breakthrough ideas, and realistic business approaches to the US BCSD’s action-oriented project proving ground and implementation platform.
In this context of organizational collaboration, we invite US BCSD and WBCSD members, other businesses, Yale and Global Network for Advanced Management faculty and staff, and colleagues in our network to join us on July 16th and 17th at Yale University. Together we’ll explore existing and emerging projects that demonstrate how these collaborations work in practice; discuss what’s needed for scale in the context of finance, communications and technology; and create opportunities for peers across sectors to learn and gain from one another.
The agenda for these two days includes:
- Hands on work sessions to scale existing projects focused on the circular economy, collaborative water strategies, energy efficiency in buildings and others.
- Work sessions on emerging projects, including climate smart agriculture and coastal resiliency.
- An exploration of emerging tools and approaches to address the barriers to scaling up impact, including finance, communications and technology.
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