Madison, WI, November 11, 2015 /3BL Media/ -The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) approved the LEO-4000 American National Standard for Sustainable Agriculture, developed by Leonardo Academy and the LEO-4000 Standard Development Committee through ANSI’s open, multi-stakeholder process. LEO-4000 currently addresses agricultural crops and plans to address animal production in the future. LEO-4000 empowers all levels of the agricultural supply chain to increase the sustainability of agricultural production around the world.
The COMMIT!Forum Issue Tables provide a relaxed setting for attendees to share their knowledge and insights on the most relevant corporate responsibility issues.
As an attendee, you can attend this unique, intimate setting to discuss, debate, and share knowledge on the below issues. Each table will be chaired by an issue expert who will help guide and facilitate the conversation.
Our World of Limited Resources and Growing Energy Demand Requires the Source Energy Analysis of Supply Chains
Why are organizations expanding the boundaries of traditional resource analysis to include their suppliers? First of all, many of these organizations realize that a majority of their actual footprints exists in their supply chains.
BNY Mellon's Carol Britton Shares Career Journey Advice
Throughout March, BNY Mellon's virtual mentoring series explores the career insights and candid perspectives of executives who have reached the corner office. These dedicated leader-coaches share many common traits and values, reflecting how BNY Mellon has become the Investments Company for the World.
If you had 5 minutes with an inspirational woman leader what could you find out?