While the game may have been slow and the score low, Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta fielded tons of waste, kicked the A/C into hyperdrive and scored better on sustainability than any other. Atlanta was prepared. The stadium used state of the art technology for lighting, water, food distribution and climate control. This was purposefully the greenest Super Bowl on record.
With efforts ranging from food waste recovery to solar panels to electric charging stations, an army of professionals across sectors took to the field. Will you be ready for the next mega-event?
A challenging two-day training offered by CSE provides the latest practical tools and resources required to implement or upscale corporate sustainability. Executives from Fortune 500 companies, local governments and academia trust CSE’s advanced training to become Certified Sustainability (CSR) Practitioners and earn a unique recognition in the Sustainability and CSR field.
The Practitioner Program in Atlanta focuses on key challenges, many of which were faced by hosting the Super Bowl. Topics include:
- Integrating SDGs into a Sustainability Plan
- New trends and how to gain a competitive advantage
- Maximizing stakeholder engagement
- How to influence C-Suite Executives and get support for a Sustainability Plan
- The role of Investors and maximizing corporate performance in ESG ratings
The course includes a chance to complete a two-year sustainability plan that will qualify you to earn the globally recognized CSR-P Certification and become Certified Sustainability Practitioner. The final assignment helps participants implement practical tools.
The course provides a free CMI membership (a $200 value). You also receive Certified Learning materials (hard copy) and a training guide (electronic copy). During the two days of instruction, students learn from updated case studies from companies such as Apple, Ikea, and Unilever; informative videos from leading sustainable organizations; participant-specific sector Sustainability reports.
Best among the many values of the course is the friends made and networks built. You learn from fellow participants and they from you. The instructors listen to each individual’s challenges and offer pro bono advising services.
Among the engineers, facilities managers and tech specialists, the Super Bowl also required
Marketing, Public Relations, Communications, General Management and Human Resources. Sustainability training is not only for those working in CSR and Environmental Management. CSE’s training offers added skills to all professionals engaged in sustainability, small business, major corporation and mega-events included.