2015 Retail Sustainability Management Maturity Matrix
Thursday, May 28
2:00 - 3:00 pm ET
RILA released its 2015 Retail Sustainability Management Maturity Matrix just last month.
The Matrix is a tool for retail sustainability executives to identify the management practices that will drive improved corporate and environmental performance. It represents the collective knowledge of many industry experts through three review periods that solicited input from environmental nonprofits and experts, and numerous retailers.
Join this webinar to learn how retail companies can most effectively use the Matrix.
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Paul Campbell, Director of Sustainability & Green Leadership, Sears Holdings Corporation
Paul began his career with SHC in 2004 as a Senior Manager, Home Services Business Development. In 2007 he was named Director, Home Appliances Operations, and led the team responsible for executing the federal appliance stimulus programs. He transitioned to overseeing strategic relationships with energy industry partners including the EPA in 2011, and assumed ownership of corporate sustainability in 2012.
Prior to joining Sears Holdings, Paul worked for GE Plastics and Amoco Oil Company. Paul has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois where he remains an active member of its Alumni Association.
| ||Adam Siegel, Vice President of Sustainability & Compliance, RILA|
Adam leads RILA's sustainability offerings, directing both RILA's Retail Sustainability Initiative (RSI) and the Retail Sustainability Conference (RSC), while also leading a number of other operational activities for the association.
Sarah Matheson, Senior Manager, Sustainability Practice, Deloitte Consulting
Sarah has 13 years of experience working on environmental issues such as climate change, sustainability, transparency, air quality, water quality, and other environmental concerns in both the public and private sectors. Sarah helps companies to manage their environmental sustainability issues, identify cost saving measures, revenue opportunities, and risk mitigation strategies.
She has worked with major global retailers, manufacturers, Federal, state, and local governments, and small start-up companies and was previously internal sustainability coordinator for the World Bank. Sarah has a Master's in Environmental Management from Yale University and a Bachelor of Science from James Madison University.