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Kevin Wilhelm: A Sustainability CEO on The Importance of Men Being Better Allies

While there has been a lot of media attention around gender pay and equality, the reality as of today is that almost 80% of individuals in leadership positions are men. This is unjust, unfair, and just plain bad business. Systematic change won’t happen without committed male allies. In fact, when men are engaged in gender …

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Aniko Knopp: A Sustainability Associate on Navigating a Career in CSR

Aniko Knopp is an Associate at Sustainable Business Consulting. Aniko wrote her first sustainability report in 2012 for the University of Luxembourg and ever since has been deepening her expertise in the corporate sustainability reporting field. As a consultant in Luxembourg, she worked for companies in transportation, manufacturing, mining, energy and finance sectors. She has …

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Petra Barbu: Launching a Career in Corporate Responsibility As a Woman

Petra Barbu leads digital marketing at Sustainable Business Consulting and has experience in philanthropic public relations and social impact marketing. Below, she discusses her passion for corporate responsibility, the best advice she’s received, and going through life with the confidence of a mediocre white man. Why are you passionate about sustainability? I think everyone should …

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GreenBiz19: Are We Staring at the Threshold of Significant Change?

“GreenBiz is like coming to summer camp and catching up with your best friends.” Best friends come in all shapes and sizes, but one truth of all best friends is that they are trusted companions, celebrating your successes and supporting you through challenges. Most importantly, they are always there during the biggest moments of your …

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Katie Secrist: A Sustainability Consultant on Gender Equality in CSR

Katie Secrist is a consultant at Sustainable Business Consulting, with over three years’ experience helping clients develop sustainability strategy, conducting and facilitating client and stakeholder engagement meetings, creating client reports and deliverables, conducting industry benchmarking and providing project management. Her work has contributed to sectors such as healthcare, retail, transportation and banking/finance. Below, she discusses …

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Three Sustainability Takeaways from the Washington Higher Education Conference

SBC was delighted to attend and speak at the Washington Oregon Higher Education Sustainability Conference (WOHESC) this past week, where over 600 attendees came together to share insights on how to create a sustainable future. We left feeling inspired and here’s what we learned about sustainability in 2019. Millennials won’t let people ignore Equity and …

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Seattle Sounders FC Become Carbon Neutral

Seattle Sounders FC recently announced that it has become the first carbon neutral professional soccer club in MLS and North America! Our firm, Sustainable Business Consulting, is pleased to have worked with Sounders FC to reach this historic achievement. Sustainable Business Consulting aided in calculating the organization’s greenhouse gas emissions, implementing emissions reduction strategies, and …

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How to Engage the Next Generation of Workers: Millennials

Millennials are Everywhere and They’re (Increasingly Becoming) More Important Than You and I   The generation known as ‘Millennials’ (roughly born from 1980-2000, though these dates are sometimes debated) are considered to be one of the most studied generations to date. Their propensity for wanting to be highly engaged by what they do, demanding transparency …

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