Rob Cameron to Speak on Panel at the Sustainability Innovation Summit
Organised by Coca-Cola Enterprises and supported by The Economist Intelligence Unit, the Sustainability Innovation Summit, taking place on October 1, 2013 in London, will examine how breakthrough results can be achieved through embracing disruptive approaches towards operating models, innovation and R&D, product design, supply chains and technology. Entrepreneurs and pioneers will debate new models for sustainability in high-level discussions with a senior audience of policy-makers, NGOs and industry leaders.
Among the issues to be explored:
- How capitalism can embrace both profit and sustainability
- New business models for the low-carbon economy
- Technology as a driver of innovation
- New thinking in product design and manufacturing
- Embedding sustainability throughout the value chain
- The pressure on natural resources and the importance of recycling
Rob Cameron, SustainAbility’s Executive Director, is participating on the panel entitled Future Economics, which will examine new models for sustainable capitalism that seeks to deliver value for investors as well as the planet. Given the scale of the global resource challenge, is a new form of capitalism possible which reconciles profit and sustainability?
In addition to Rob, panelists include Nick Hartley, European Head of GS SUSTAIN, Global Investment Research, Goldman Sachs, and Jamie Butterworth, Chief Executive Officer, Ellen MacArthur Foundation.