We’re delighted to welcome six leading names representing a cross-section of industries to share what they’re doing to champion sustainability, and how they’re doing it.
Chair: Moritz Petersen, Assistant Professor of Sustainable Supply Chain Practice, Kuehne Logistics University
Lenzing’s climate strategy and transformation
Parsan Chand Mahaveer, Senior Director Global Logistics, Lenzing Group
For a deep dive on sustainability transformation and key sustainability themes driving logistics operations, get a comprehensive and concise view of how Lenzing continues to orchestrate change en route to achieving sustainability goals.
Environmental sustainability strategies in a market instability framework
Andrea Condotta, Public Affairs & Innovation Manager, GRUBER Logistics
Gianluigi Mason, Director Logistics Italy, Barilla Group
Covid-19 continues to test logistics to its limits. How has the complexity of today’s market impacted sustainability strategies across the industry? GRUBER Logistics and Barilla Group join forces to discuss a variety of perspectives as shippers and logistics companies ready themselves for what’s next.
How we design the future for people, not traffic
Ivelina Georgieva, Sustainability Leader Category Area Transport, IKEA
In 2012, IKEA launched its ambitious People & Planet Positive Strategy to become climate positive by 2030. The clock is ticking, and pushing decarbonization initiatives even further than before is critical to reach this target. Find out what actions they’re taking to bring positive change to our planet year after year.
Biomethane as green alternative for natural gas and enabler for a perfect circular economy approach
Johanna Goebel, Business Manager Biogas Europe, Evonik Operations GmbH
Gain unique insight into Evonik’s ambitious sustainability targets and get curious about the potential of biogas. Boost your expertise on Biomethane, Bio-CO2 and find out how easy it is to upgrade from fossil natural gas to more sustainable fuelling options.
P&G 2030 and 2040 ambition for decarbonization as applied to transport and distribution operations with practical examples
Sergio Barbarino, Research Fellow, Procter & Gamble
In logistics, economic and environmental efficiency are strongly correlated. Standardization can do wonders for improving efficiency. But, this can only be achieved through collaboration. Learn why Report, Reduce and Collaborate form the key building blocks of P&G’s decarbonization strategy and find out how to maximize efficient use of existing assets and infrastructure in order to achieve rapidly scalable results that pave the way toward lower emissions.