Friday, April 3, 2020
2 PM ET // 1 PM CT // 12 PM MT // 11 AM PT
We are working hard on a plan to share our full Climate Day content with you, and in the meantime, we are excited to announce an upcoming 1.5 hour virtual session with our keynotes for the day--the CEOs of Danone NA, W.S. Badger Company and Seventh Generation--three companies defining what a holistic company-level response to climate change looks like.
You do not want to miss this conversation, moderated by GreenBiz Chairman and Executive Editor Joel Makower! We'll be talking about the role of business in responding to the climate crisis and the opportunity our industry has to come together for a collaborative response.
Over the past two years, Danone North America has announced a carbon neutral by 2050 target, W.S. Badger Company has developed robust supply chain climate engagement programs, and Seventh Generation has launched a nationwide grassroots campaign promoting climate equity and justice via widespread renewable energy access.
We will also be celebrating climate leaders in the industry through our annual National Co+op Grocers Climate Collaborative Awards.
We hope to see you there!
It is with heavy hearts that we share that Climate Day 2020 is postponed.
Climate Day is an official Expo West Conference event, so the trade show being postponed means that Climate Day is also postponed. We are sharing information as soon as we have it, and will be in touch with further updates as soon as possible. In the meantime, you can read the official New Hope announcement below.
In anticipation of the 2020 National Co+op Grocers Climate Collaborative Awards, we're talking with the leaders of our 2019 award-winning companies to learn a little bit more about what drives their climate leadership.
Our final interview is with Michele Kessler, CEO at REBBL, winner of the 2019 Outstanding Value Chain Engagement Award. (View our previous interviews with Sambazon, Organic India, Nature's Path, PCC Community Markets, Dr. Bronner's, Nancy Hirshberg and Glen's Garden Market).Read more