(Washington, D.C., August 10) – John Holm, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, represented PYXERA Global at the National Association for Environmental Management (NAEM) Sustainability Management Conference in Providence, RI, from July 30–August 1. The NAEM Sustainability Management Conference brought together leaders from the private sector, public sector, and academia to discuss the latest trends in sustainability as well as progress on the ways companies operationalize the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Mr. Holm moderated a panel titled “SDGs in Action: Collaboration,” which provided an overview of multi-sector partnerships that have addressed the 17 SDGs, in addition to collaboration tools to be applied to future partnerships. Panelists discussed topics related to the ways corporations can integrate the SDGs into business operations and the methods to engage internal stakeholders. The panel featured:
- John Holm, VP of Strategic Initiatives, PYXERA Global
- Libby Bernick, Global Head of Corporate Business, Trucost
- Edan Dionne, Director of Corporate Environmental Affairs, IBM
- Holly Emerson, Sr. Sustainability Analyst, Ingersoll Rand
“I am pleased to have had the opportunity to moderate a panel of such impressive leaders at NAEM’s Sustainability Management Conference,” said Mr. Holm. “The Sustainable Development Goals are a critical component of PYXERA Global’s initiatives and partnerships, and it was inspiring and insightful to hear more about my colleagues’ experiences. Our panelists offer a practical roadmap for future partnerships to create a tangible impact on the Sustainable Development Goal agenda.”
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