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January 27, 2021

Natural Capital and Supply Chain Sustainability

As part of the Sustainability Leadership Series, The United Nations Associations of Australia (Victoria Division) is hosting a seminar on Natural Capital and Supply Chain Sustainability: Measuring and Managing Environmental Impacts and Risks on Thursday 13th February in Melbourne in partnership with National Australia Bank.

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The seminar will focus on the move towards a green economy in response to global momentum around natural capital valuation, especially since the Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development.

Highlighting the challenges and opportunities associated with measuring and managing natural capital risks and impacts in supply chain operations as well as implementing more sustainable sourcing practices.

The seminar will host a mix of experts from business, government and civil society. Providing a platform for shared learning on integrating natural capital valuation into supply chain management and decision making.

Guest speakers include:

James Day, Director – Australia and New Zealand, CDP
Chris Gallagher, Managing Director, Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply Australasia
Clare Luehman, General Manager, Global Sustainability & Carbon, Incitec Pivot Ltd
John Newton, General Manager, Sustainability & Environment, Orora Ltd (formerly Amcor)
Frederic Papon, Director, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, Ernst & Young
Rupert Posner, CEO, Good Environmental Choice Australia


Carl Obst, Honorary Research Fellow and Associate, Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute & Consultant on Natural Capital Accounting

For more information and a complete list of keynote speakers visit the UNAA Victoria Division website.

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