Roadmap for a Sustainable Future - Ceres Conference 2010

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Mar 3, 2010 1:30 PM ET

For 20 years, Ceres has brought together companies, investors, environmentalists and other stakeholders to integrate sustainable solutions into business strategy and build long-term shareholder value. At the Ceres Conference 2010: Roadmap for a Sustainable Future, we will again bring these partners together to examine and define the key issues and solutions for achieving a sustainable future.

When:  May 5 - 6, 2010

Where: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel | Boston, MA

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Press Release

(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) Boston, MA - March 3, 2010 - At this moment in time we face a unique opportunity to transform our economic system from one of short-term gains and too-high risks to one where long-term prosperity and corporate social responsibility go hand-in-hand.

As countries continue to negotiate a global deal on climate following the Copenhagen Accord, the U.S. gets closer than ever to adopting comprehensive climate and energy policy. While we wait for these milestones to bring us closer to a cleaner, greener, more sustainable way of doing business, corporations and investors alike are exploring solutions and seizing opportunities that will help us prosper in a low-carbon economy.

Join us in Boston as we bring together corporate directors, CEOs, environmental and labor leaders, investors, and corporate governance experts to build a cleaner, more sustainable future.


  • Maude Barlow, National Chairperson, Council of Canadians; Chair, Food and Water Watch

  • Thomas B. King, Executive Director and President, National Grid USA 

  • Gilbert T. Casellas, Vice President, Corporate Responsibility, Dell, Inc.

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The 21st century utility: An emerging business model for a low-carbon economy
The ripple effect: Water risks and solutions from fixed assets to fixed income
Reducing our dependence on oil: How changes in transportation technology and management will diminish the demand for oil
Sustainable governance: The top five governance issues investors want companies to address
Beyond Copenhagen: The business case for a strong global climate treaty
Competing by leading: How comprehensive climate and energy legislation will enhance U.S. competitiveness and create jobs in the U.S. and abroad
Tiers of influence: Driving Change throughout the Supply Chain
Disclosure and performance: The future of ESG regulation in capital markets
Innovating Business Models for the 21st Century: From IT to ET
Friend me?: Using social media for effective stakeholder engagement


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