With increasing pressures from the economy, environment, and society overall, sustainability has the power to influence nearly every aspect of the business. In fact, it has quickly become one of the top priorities for executive teams, with many CEOs making public commitments to reduce their carbon emissions.
Net zero initiatives are fueling companies to rethink how they do business and to reimagine the future.
But navigating the road to net zero can be a challenge. From commitment and strategy to execution and reporting, Capgemini is a recognized world leader in sustainability and can help you through each step.
Please join us for an informal conversation with Sol Salinas, Energy Star founding member and Capgemini Sustainability EVP, where he will share tactical advice that you can put into action right away to accelerate your results and meet your net zero goals.
Sol is a corporate sustainability expert and digital transformation global thought leader with 25 years of experience in all aspects of sustainability and digital transformation. Sol was one of the founders of US EPA’s ENERGY STAR program and served as its Director of Strategic Planning and Brand Czar from 1991 to 2005. After leaving ENERGY STAR, he was appointed Assistant Office Director at EPA's Office of International Affairs where he led various US-led multilateral partnerships related to global climate change, clean air, water and sanitation, and solid and nuclear waste. His ESG and sustainability and digital expertise and background spans multiple industries. It includes all aspects of enterprise digital transformation, as well as circular economy, strategic energy management, ENERGY STAR and LEED green buildings, green IT, renewable energy, carbon foot-printing, environmental metrics and reporting, and environmental marketing and branding. His global industry and client experience includes: public service, health and life sciences, retail, consumer goods, light industrial, telecommunications and high-tech, energy and utilities, and the US federal government.