Digitizing Regeneration: Making a Positive Sustainability Impact
Most business leaders are aware of the catastrophic consequences that climate change is about to bring to bear on humanity. Yet we all excel at inaction. Since most people do not work in sectors that make or mine physical objects—those typically held responsible for climate change—our ability to combat the environmental crisis appears minimal. How can today’s organizations enact a sense of agency, responsibility and urgency to work together to preserve and restore common pool resources?
On Tuesday, February 15 at 10pm EST (Wednesday, February 16 11am SGT | see your local time), Dr. Simon Schillebeeckx will introduce a new definition of environmental responsibility that goes beyond the production footprint and is based on the consumption patterns companies enable, because eventually end consumption drives the economy. By shifting our understanding of corporate environmental responsibility, organizations are empowered to go beyond “reduce, reuse, and recycle” and start thinking seriously about regeneration.
In this webinar, you’ll discover:
- Strategies organizations can use to redefine their environmental responsibility
- Why successful differentiation cannot be built on doing “less bad”
- The importance of the 30x30 goal
- How digital tokenization makes protecting the natural world possible
- The crucial role of emerging digital technologies—blockchain, artificial intelligence, 5G, and IoT—in creating regenerative strategies
- How digitization can turn benefit claims into a compelling business case
- Steps companies in the service industry—pharma, biotech, law firms, governments, marketing agencies, tech companies, etc.—can take to assume environmental responsibility in a way that leads to positive differentiation and superior value appropriation