23 June, 2015 | (01 hr)
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A major long-term environmental cleanup is inevitable in China. There are clear signs that China will increasingly push companies to contribute to solving environmental problems.
Heightened environmental awareness, stringent regulation, and intensified enforcement carry opportunities and risks for MNCs and foreign investors. Are their sustainability practices in China on par with what they do globally? The risk of severe sanctions is countered by enormous opportunities for those that emerge as sustainability leaders.
- Introduction to environmental issues and corporate sustainability in China
- Key findings of a new report from The Conference Board
- Deep-dive into the major domestic forces to impact environmental sustainability practices in China
- Business implications
All registrants will receive a complimentary copy of the report. For more resources on this topic, please visit www.conference-board.org/china-corporate-sustainability
Anke Schrader leads the research of The Conference Board China Center for Economics and Business on corporate citizenship, sustainability, and human capital. Her current research interests include corporate sustainability practices, measurement, and reporting; corporate ...Full Bio
Dr. Uwe G. Schulte
Dr. Uwe G. Schulte is Leader, Global Sustainability Centre, and Program Director for the European Sustainability Council at The Conference Board.
Schulte was executive director of the INSEAD Social Innovation Centre and spent most of his professional career at Unilever. In his final role,...Full Bio