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Sustainability Spotlight Webinar Series: A Portrait of Bell Canada’s EMS in Action
July 19 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
You have made the argument demonstrating the value of an environmental management system, and you have a high-level strategy for implementing it. Now you have to make it all happen. Here is a look at the “what” and “why” of Bell Canada’s EMS.
Stephanie will talk about the journey from grassroots corporate environmental services to a fully-certified ISO-14001 environmental management system (EMS), what it looks like in practice in an organization of almost 50,000 people, and pitfalls to avoid.
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Senior Specialist of Corporate Responsibility & Environment at BCE Inc.
Stephanie Berger is Senior Specialist of Corporate Responsibility & Environment at BCE Inc.
Stephanie received her BA in Geography at Queen’s University and spent a decade on Wall Street, in London, and in Paris facilitating Initial Public Offerings and compliance filings before returning to do her MBA at McGill.
During her MBA, Stephanie specialized in Marketing and Corporate responsibility, and she led a research team for Christine Arena’s 2007 business book on corporate sustainability, The High-Purpose Company.
Stephanie is an official presenter for Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project and a past Board Member of the David O’Brien Centre for Sustainable Enterprise. Stephanie is based in Montreal.
About the Sustainability Spotlight Webinar Series
The Global Compact Network Canada is the go-to network for all Canadian corporate sustainability insights, thought-leadership, and best practices. To help and encourage Canadian professionals to embrace the 17 SDGs and sustainable business practices, the GCNC is hosting a series of webinars to help build the capacity of the Canadian private sector.