Global business issues today require companies to manage a myriad of topics ranging from worker rights and environmental management to innovation — and the growth of legislative and customer mandates is anticipated to increase. Awareness of emerging issues, compliance strategies, and transparency has become the currency needed to be sustainable.
This is the leading event for manufacturing professionals to discuss sustainability issues, share best practices, and network with like-minded individuals. Scheduled for May 02 - 03, 2017, at Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan, the two-day event convenes practitioners from the automotive, heavy equipment, and technology industries representing OEMs, suppliers, and professional firms to examine organizational risk and the strategic integration needed to build sustainable foundations for the future.
Forward-thinking leaders in the field of CR find value in the insights gained from other leading companies on how they are addressing similar issues. Showcasing successful strategies and the lessons learned along the way can offer practical solutions to the emerging challenges we face.
Network with industry CR leaders at the 2017 AIAG CR Summit as we share insights and discuss global approaches for the building blocks of sustainability. If you manage issues related to environmental systems, compliance, operations, sales, finance, procurement, or the supply chain, this event is for you!
This year’s Summit features three tracks. Track 2 is highlighted here.
Track 2: Environmental Management: Next Steps
- "We'll Always Have Paris" - SC CO2 Metrics & Expectations
Learn about CO2 accounting tools for transportation, how decisions impact performance, and examples of decoupling growth and environmental impacts, and effective partnering to reduce GHG. Lee Kindberg, Director, Environment & Sustainability, Maersk Line
- Automation of LCA by Combining Energy Management Data and IMDS
Learn how to use available information to perform an environmental impact assessment. Get insights into European LCA experiences. Andreas Schiffleitner, Director, Competence Center Sustainability, IPoint-Austria Gmbh; Martina Prox, Strategy & Collaboration, Ifu The Hamburg Institute for Environmental IT
- Making Strides in Establishing an EnMS in Your Organization
This panel session will give an overview of DOE resources and how they are used within an organization approaching an EnMS. Speakers will discuss barriers, lessons learned, and best practices experienced within each EnMS implementation phase. Pete Langlois, DOE Program Manager, U.S. Department of Energy
Track 1: Human Rights in the Global Supply Chain See the February issue of this newsletter.
Track 3: Globalizing Sustainability Watch for more agenda highlights in the April issue of this newsletter.
Registration is open now! Sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities are available; get more information here.
Date: May 02 – 03, 2017
Time: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM