Tom Pollock, Senior Program Manager, Forest Products at GreenBlue
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
2 p.m. ET | 11 a.m. PT
TRANSCRIPT OF THIS EVENT AVAILABLE HERE
The world’s forests support our environment, economy, and way of life. Yet, these forests are under immense pressure.
Sustainable paper products, forest certification, and informed raw material sourcing can positively address climate change, improve soil and water quality, enhance biodiversity, and protect and conserve one of earth’s most critical natural resources. Join Tom Pollock with GreenBlue’s Forest Products Working Group – a collaboration of 11 corporations across the paper supply chain – as he discusses how as an industry we can create a more sustainable paper supply chain.
From the webinar you will learn:
- How the private sector and GreenBlue are working together to achieve sustainable supply chains
- How your company can take the next steps to meet these challenges.
- Guidelines to assist sustainable paper procurement
- Tools for working across the supply chain
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Tom joined GreenBlue in 2009 as part of the Metafore acquisition and is now Senior Program Manager of GreenBlue’s Forest Products program. Tom has worked on sustainability initiatives in the forest products sector for over seven years with a focus on the business value of sustainable outcomes. Tom’s responsibilities at GreenBlue include providing oversight, strategic direction, and stakeholder relationship management for Forest Products programs including the Forest Products Working Group, Environmental Paper Assessment Tool, and Paper Life Cycle. Tom also focuses on consulting and client engagements with Fortune 100 companies and their supply chain partners through GreenBlue’s Advisory Services program on topics related to environmental efficiency, life cycle analysis, and the development and implementation of corporate environmental purchasing policies and action plans.
Tom will take audience comments and questions after the presentation.
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