SEE THE RECORDED WEBINAR (30 min.)
Learn why you should avoid greenwashing and how to do it by integrating the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals in your sustainability strategy.
The Centre for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) and the Sustainability Academy recently organized this live webinar to provide a useful and comprehensive presentation of the risks of Greenwashing and how they can be avoided by the proper and effective integration of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals in your corporate strategy and Sustainability Report. The webinar was attended by Sustainability (CSR) professionals and managers and entrepreneurs.
The webinar was presented by Nikos Avlonas, President of CSE and distinguished Sustainability trainer of the Global CSR Practitioner Training Program, recently awarded by the Silicon Valley Community Foundation as Impact Practitioner of the Year 2018, and Rosalinda Sanquiche, CSE North America.
Key aspects of the webinar:
- Provide groundbreaking insights of why greenwashing can have a devastating effect on an organization’s image, reputation and financial results.
- Provide consultation of how to take conscious leadership to another level with concrete methods, according to the 17 SDGs
- Provide practical tools on how to create sustainable business strategies using the SDGs
- Provide essential tools on how to create a Sustainability Report incorporating the SDGs
- Provide you with updated information on what cutting edge companies are doing to integrate the SDGs into their strategy
- Uncover the essential personal development tools that you (and your team) need, in order to maximise your sustainability performance
The Centre for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) specializes in global sustainability consulting, coaching and training. CSE has trained over 5,000 professionals, many from the Fortune Global 500. CSE is accredited by CMI (Chartered Management Institute) and is a GRI certified training provider. The Sustainability Academy offers affordable, specialized online education in sustainability and corporate responsibility. The Academy ambitiously plans to train 100,000 sustainability practitioners by 2020!