How are Minnesota businesses preparing
for climate change?
Join Great River Greening and 300 business leaders as we explore top
environmental issues facing our corporate community.
Wednesday, October 23, 2019
McNamara Alumni Center | Minneapolis, MN
From global supply chain management to risk assessment to evolving consumer priorities, Minnesota businesses must prepare now to remain competitive in the face of our changing climate. Panelists from Minnesota’s leading industries will comment on business action and climate uncertainty, led by moderator Amy Skoczlas Cole from The Water Main.
- Risk Assessment and Management
- Business Operations/Supply Chain Management
- Cost of Insurance and Capital
Now in its 12th year, the Business Forum engages the business community in thoughtful conversation about today’s industry trends and sustainability issues. Proceeds from the event support the Great River Greening mission to restore healthy land and water across Minnesota.
Questions? Contact Kirsten Gulbro
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Reed Watson and Gloria Gallo
Great River Greening’s mission is to engage and lead local communities in conserving and caring for the land and water that enrich our lives. We have no political agenda, but believe that collaboration and community-building are essential to solving our environmental problems. We do not get involved with legislation, policy or advocacy. We promote working together on the ground to improve our land and waters. The Business Forum furthers this mission by providing an opportunity for business and civic leaders to gather, learn and discuss how we can work together to inspire environmental stewardship.