Understanding SDGs: BusinessGreen Webinar On-demand

BusinessGreen staff
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BusinessGreen's latest exclusive webinar, hosted in association with Tetra Pak, is now available on demand

BusinessGreen yesterday broadcast its latest interactive webinar: Understanding SDGs: How to integrate the Sustainable Development Goals into your corporate strategy.

Hosted in association with Tetra Pak, the session explored how businesses can engage with the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and develop strategies that allow them to maximise the opportunities and minimise the risks associated with the world's sweeping new development agenda.

The full webinar is now available to watch on demand.

Chaired by BusinessGreen editor James Murray the session features expert presentations and a panel discussion from:

  • Aris Vrettos, director of Open Programmes and International Markets at Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)
  • Mario Abreu, vice president for sustainability at Tetra Pak
  • Sam Kimmins, head of RE100 at The Climate Group
  • Laurène Aubert, senior associate for global partnerships at the Scale Up Nutrition Business Network with the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN)

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