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Launch the Supply Change Project with Forest Trends and Host Sustainable Brands: March 25th

by Joseph Badash last modified Mar 24, 2015 08:23 PM
Will you join us for the launch of Supply Change? Businesses, investors, and governments the world over are publicly committing to reverse their role in degrading the world's critical forest ecosystems. In response, leading environmental organizations CDP, World Wildlife Fund and Forest Trends' own initiative Ecosystem Marketplace will launch a new project that codifies global progress toward these commitments.
When Mar 25, 2015
from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Attendees Molly Peters-Stanley
Katie McCoy
Jeff Malcolm
Fiona Wheatley
Gabriel Thoumi
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Beginning March 25th, 2015 the Supply-Change.Org website will provide up-to-the-minute accounting of corporate actions on deforestation relative to public pledges.

This website and an inaugural report, Commodities, Corporations, and Commitments that Count, are transformational resources profiling companies with over 300 specific commitments to sustainable production or use of major forest-risk commodities (palm oil, soy, timber & pulp, cattle).

REGISTER FOR THE ONLINE LAUNCH EVENT

Register here to attend the live web-launch of Supply Change hosted by Sustainable Brands. The online event features an overview of key findings from the inaugural Supply Change report, a walk-thru of Supply-Change.Org, and the following expert speakers.

Molly Peters-Stanley, Director, Ecosystem Marketplace
Katie McCoy, Head of Forests Program, CDP
Jeff Malcolm, Director, Private Sector Engagement, World Wildlife Fund
Fiona Wheatley, Sustainable Development Manager, Marks and Spencer
Gabriel Thoumi , Senior Sustainability Analyst, Calvert Investments

COMPANIES AT LAUNCH

Is your company on this list? If so, contact info@supply-change.org and a team member will respond shortly to coordinate a personalized review for your team.

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