Operationalizing Sustainability: Achieve Net Zero via Employee Action

Operationalizing sustainability by moving from plans at the corporate level, to employee engagement, to full-company action is critical in achieving carbon reduction goals. How are teams moving quickly down this path and embedding sustainability into their companies?  

In this webinar: You’ll hear from Chrissa Pagitsas, author of “Chief Sustainability Officers at Work”, as she talks about the trends she is seeing in operationalizing sustainability throughout a company and why it’s so important to get this right, right now.

You will learn:

  • The steps that a new leader should take in establishing a Sustainability practice
  • Why and how Sustainability teams should engage employees
  • How to develop employee-led Green Teams
  • Examples of how to simplify your message in order to drive understanding and action
  • The importance of data and how it should be collected and used
  • How to create a culture of Sustainability

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Chrissa Pagitsas

Chrissa Pagitsas

Chrissa Pagitsas is a strategic advisor to senior executives and boards on the intersection of environmental, social, governance (ESG) and global business. Market transforming initiatives include building the world’s largest Green Bonds program from zero to $51 billion portfolio at FannieMae, developing the US EPA ENERGY STAR® 1-100 Score and Certification for multi-family housing, and launching the enterprise’s ESG strategy. Recognition includes being named “Global Green Bond Champion” by the Climate Bonds Initiative and receiving the Leadership Award from the US Green Building Council. Her new book "Chief Sustainability Officers at Work," (Apress, 2022) shows how 25 CSOs and Heads of ESG at Fortune 500 companies and global brands are moving from commitments to tangible and measurable results.

Adam Braun

Adam Braun

Adam Braun is the Co-Founder & CEO of Climate Club. After beginning his career at Bain & Co, he was the Founder & CEO of Pencils of Promise, the award-winning organization that has built nearly 600 schools around the world and then became Founder & CEO of MissionU which was acquired by WeWork in 2018. In recent years he has been named to Business Insider's 40 Under 40, Wired Magazine’s “50 People Who Are Changing the World,” and his book "The Promise of a Pencil: How an Ordinary Person Can Create Extraordinary Change" debuted at #2 on the New York Times Bestseller list.