February 2012 Activities
In the supply chain survey 2011, you highlighted consumer engagement to be a key challenge to you in
your roles. That’s why we’re going to hear from retailer Sears Canada, on how the company is meetingconsumer concerns and demands whilst simultaneously addressing supply chain risks. We’ll also learn
how to make the business case for supply chain sustainability, and learn how some companies havequantified their savings through identifying opportunities to save energy in their supply chains. Do youhave ideas for future 2degrees activities? Contact me.
Getting Ready for the NewConflict Minerals Requirements
(EST)This webinar will provide an overview of the pending Dodd-Frankconflict minerals regulations and what companies are doing to getready. Dodd-Frank addresses companies that are listed on U.S. stockexchanges but will affect companies globally. Sustainability, supplychain and procurement executives should attend to learn the regulatoryand industry context of the new rules, how to plan and launch a conflictminerals due diligence process at your company to be able to meetcustomer and regulatory requirements, as well as costs and benefits of compliance.
Speakers: David Schatsky, Principal at Green Research and LawrenceHeim, Senior Leadership in EHS/Environmental Auditing, Conflict Minerals and Sustainability at The Elm Consulting Group International,LLC. Moderator: David Meyer, Associate Director - Environment, Health& Safety at Elan Pharmaceuticals Also see: Conflict Minerals Perfect Storm , Due Diligence: Guidance note