Submitted by The Sustainability Consortium
The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) announced today that Freya Williams, CEO, Futerra, North America and author of Green Giants, and Jonathan Atwood, Vice President, Sustainable Business & Communications, Unilever North America, will open the annual TSC Summit in Washington, D.C. on Thursday morning, April 21st.
“We are looking forward to having Freya and Jonathan not only speak on the importance of sustainability in business, but also on how TSC is moving the needle when it comes to the science and implementation around sustainable consumer goods,” said Sheila Bonini, TSC CEO. “TSC’s Summit this year will focus on driving collective action around sustainable consumer goods and gathering our valued members and guests together to turn sustainability issues in supply chains into action.”
The Sustainability Consortium is an independent, global non-profit organization working at the intersection of science and business to create transparent tools, methodologies and strategies for product and supply networks that address environmental, social, and economic imperatives. TSC collaborates with more than 100 members from civil society, NGOs and corporations, such as Unilever, Campbell’s, P&G, and Walmart.
TSC’s annual Summit will welcome over 200 members and invited guests to Washington, D.C. during Earth Day week, from April 20-22nd. The Summit is a place to hear about the latest breakthroughs in sustainability consumer goods science and to gather members and guests, from retailers to suppliers to NGOs, in one place to drive collective action around sustainability. Additionally, TSC will launch its first impact report at the Summit the afternoon of April 21st. More information and registration can be found here: www.sustainabilityconsortium.org/summit/
The Sustainability Consortium® (TSC®) is a global non-profit organization with the mission to enable the consumer goods industry to deliver more sustainable products. TSC translates science into business practice, working collaboratively with member organizations to develop transparent tools, methodologies, and strategies for products and supply networks that address environmental, social and economic imperatives. TSC is comprised of more than 100 members, including NGOs, civil society organizations, scientific experts, academics, and corporations from all corners of business. TSC is jointly administered by Arizona State University and the University of Arkansas, with additional operations at Wageningen UR in the Netherlands and Nanjing in China. For more information visit www.sustainabilityconsortium.org.
The Sustainability ConsortiumÂ® (TSCÂ®) is a global nonprofit organization working at the intersection of science and business to transform the consumer goods industry to deliver more sustainable products. TSC creates credible, scalable tools, strategies and services that are based in science, informed by stakeholders and focused on impact across the entire lifecycle of consumer products, including environmental, social and economic imperatives. The Sustainability Consortium is comprised of more than 100 members, including manufacturers, retailers, NGOs, civil society and corporations that work collaboratively on innovation for a new generation of products and supply networks. The Sustainability Consortium is jointly administered by Arizona State University and the University of Arkansas, with additional operations at Wageningen UR in the Netherlands and Nanjing University in China.
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