Here are the slides from CSR North 2013 that we are allowed to publish.
Juliette Gaussem, Network Relations Coordinator, Global Reporting Initiative:
GRI Reporting and G4
Anna Yelistratova, Corporate Social Responsibility Specialist, TEM Foundation:
Corporate Responsibility audit of supplier and internal communication
Karolina Adolphson, Cajsa Björkén, Enetjärn Natur and Marie Berglund, NCC Roads:
Biodiversity and ecosystem services
Birgitte Mogensen, Member of the Danish Council for Corporate Responsibility:
Danish Council for Corporate Responsibility
Peder Michael Pruzan-Jorgensen, Vice President BSR:
Maritime Anti-Corruption Network
Dorte Gram Nybroe, Focal Point of the Global Compact Nordic Network and Senior Adviser, Confederation of Danish Industry:
Global Compact Nordic Network
Staffan Fredlund, Senior Consultant (sustainability), Fujitsu Sweden AB:
CSR and Green ICT at Fujitsu
Linda Scott Jacobsson, Project manager on ethical critera in public procurement, City of Lund:
Public procurement in the City of Lund
Morten Jastrup, senior analyst at Sustainia:
Sustainia as a strategic guide for businesses
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Tone Lauritzen, Ecological Footprint program manager, Nordea:
Nordea’s Ecological Footprint program
Peter Svensson, Procurement Consultant, National Swedish organization for procurement to municipalities and regions (SKL Kommentus Inköpscentral):
Audits for local authorities and regions of Sweden
WORKSHOP: Angie Farrag, Associate Director, BSR Transport & Logistics Practice:
BSR Training: Strategy, Materiality, and Integration
Thank you for joining us at CSR North 2013 and we hope to see you next year!
Thanks to everyone who participated for a great conference! Here are a few pictures. Also, take a look at the list of all the registered organisations and the participants’ titles.
The list below shows the registered organisations, their size and type of industry, as well as a summary of the titles that will participate at the conference on Oct 3-4 2013:
At 5 PM, after the conference on Oct 3, the sponsor Lunds Energikoncernen invites conference delegates and the public to mingle at the “HållBar” at Sankt Gertrud.
Mingle on sustainability issues in a more informal setting with the other conference delegates. Eat & drink organic food and beverages in the super cozy Pub Kuntze in the same building as the conference at Sankt Gertrud Konferens.
A bar tab with one organic drink is included for conference delegates, thanks to the conference silver sponsor and host of the HålllBar – Lunds Energikoncernen.
Conference program updated with new speakers and new partners to the free second conference half-day workshops. Check it out:
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An international conference is arranged on October 3-4 2013 in Malmö, Sweden, where Nordic sustainability professionals and business leaders meet to exchange their latest insights in sustainability management. A physical forum for professionals from all sectors has during the past three annual events proved to be an important way to catalyze and nurture the rapidly growing interest for sustainable business practices.
The conference CSR North showcases how businesses from the Nordic countries implement sustainability strategies and practices. A range of prominent speakers, practical workshops and discussion seminars provide the participants with new evidence and inspiration on topics such as sustainability reporting and procurement, ethical business practices, responsible supply chain management and implementation of sustainability strategies. Speakers represent large companies such as IKEA, Atlas Copco and Fujitsu, as well as county councils, the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, the Danish Council for Corporate Responsibility and many more.
– There are numerous great examples of organizations from the Nordic countries that clearly have understood the strategic values of sustainability, some of which will be presenting at CSR North. These organizations have worked hard to find new ways of running their business to stay ahead of competition, decrease risks and find new revenue streams through sustainability practices, says event manager Carl Höjman from TEM Foundation.
CSR North aims to be the natural annual meeting point for professionals to learn from each other and get up to date with the latest best practices in sustainability management, irrespectively of their sector and industry.
The three previous annual conferences have been directed only to businesses in southern Sweden and they have attracted 200 participants yearly. The 2013 conference, CSR North, expands the concept and will be held in English to welcome international delegates from the Nordic and Baltic regions.
CSR North 2013, 3-4 October, Malmö, Sweden. Conference webpage: http://csrnorth.org
TEM is a non-governmental, business operating foundation that is financed by consulting assignments and research projects. Any potential profit is re-invested in the development of the organization and its activities. TEM offers a range of customized services to companies and other businesses that strive towards improved sustainability performance.
During the last few years, the interest for CSR from small enterprises* and start-ups has increased rapidly. To make it both fair and possible for these organizations to participate at CSR North, we offer a half-off discount. It is of great value that businesses of all sizes, already from their birth, can incorporate and grow with responsible and sustainable business practices. CSR North wants to stimulate this progress.
*Organizations with <10 employees and <EUR 2 millions get the half-off discount. All info on prices and discounts are listed on the registration page.
Workshop: “CSR for small enterprises”
If you represent a small business, register for the half day seminar and workshop on “CSR for small enterprises”, which is free of charge on October 4. The seminar presents a new method specifically developed to help small enterprises to shape and implement CSR practices. Discuss and apply the method in workshops together with other business representatives. The event is hosted by the conference host partner and gold sponsor: Region Skåne.