Read more about the rule and how it affects businesses on RILA's Retail Checkout blog. Article written by Janis Charles, Senior Environmental Scientist, CB&I - Bothell, WA Office.
Read more on RILA's Retail Checkout blog at: http://www.rila.org/news/retailcheckout/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=103
Ahead of his general session at the Retail Sustainability Conference (www.rila.org/rsc), former Mayor of Austin Will Wynn shared with the RILA team his experiences working with retail programs, current sustainability initiatives and energy trends on the horizon for the retail industry.
Read Will Wynn's Q&A on RILA's Retail Checkout blog: http://bit.ly/1gUyJvl
After the conference, Jay took the time to answer attendee questions that he did not get to address during his session.
Read his session Q&A on RILA's Retail Checkout blog: http://bit.ly/1LuvYxR
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Introducing new session formats (http://bit.ly/YVqlTG), a refreshed Exhibit Hall known as The Spark (http://bit.ly/1LOeA49), offsite tours of sustainable facilities and three days of unique learning experiences and unmatched networking, attendees are sure to gain actionable takeaways to refresh and “re-spark” their sustainability strategies!
North America President of Unilever Kees Kruythoff (http://bit.ly/1N5TVL7) will deliver this year’s opening keynote, sharing insights on Unilever’s efforts to double the size of its business and reduce its environmental footprint, and the role retail can play in this important work.
Program highlights include, Flash Talks from Walmart SVP & GC Phyllis Harris, The Container Store Co-Founder Garrett Boone, UPS President Greg Brown, former Jamba Juice SVP Christy Consler, and more, Sustainability, Environmental Compliance and Finance 101 Workshops led by Advance Auto Parts, Cabela’s, Office Depot and Walmart, an onsite Leadership Workshop with Col. Scott Snook and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Sylvia Earle to close out the conference with highlights from her record-breaking accomplishments beneath the ocean’s surface. See the full program, here: http://bit.ly/YVqlTG
Also, attendees will have the opportunity to explore the newest technologies with solution providers, and further engage with colleagues and speakers in The Spark’s new hub areas and lounges!
RILA is using a Rebelmouse page to showcase all visual updates all over the web from #RILArsc . Keep tabs on the page throughout the week to see live social media highlights and updates shared on Twitter, Instagram and more during the conference! http://rbl.ms/1N5uQAb
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Ahead of her flash talk presentation at the upcoming Retail Sustainability Conference (www.rila.org/rsc), Phyllis shared with the RILA team how she got her start in environmental law, insights on the public vs. private sector, her biggest accomplishment so far at Walmart, leadership lessons and what's next for the industry.
Read her Q&A on RILA's Retail Checkout blog: http://bit.ly/1ON1XIc
Learn more & register at www.rila.org/rsc
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