Sustainability Lab II
18 May, 2021 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm JST
Sustainability is no longer an ethereal concept.
Companies of all sizes, across all sectors and countries, are realizing that embedded sustainability clearly result in a positive impact on business performance: efficiency improvements, brand loyalty, high satisfaction for shareholders and employees, substantial public relations gain…
It is necessary for companies to consider sustainability not as programs separated from their real business but incorporating it as a core business strategy.
In order to create an in-depth discussion to widen views and exchange ideas, the SpCCJ is launching “Sustainability Lab”, where we will be holding a series of round tables and panel discussions.
For each session, a guest speaker will bring to the table their experience in the field of sustainability before moving on to an open discussion among companies from various industries.
The second session will be held on 20 April from 17:00. And for this edition, we are inviting Mr Alejandro Martin, Sustainability Manager at J.Garcia Carrion for the guest speaker to discuss about the challenges to reduce the carbon footprint within the supply chain.
After hearing from Alejandro, we will move on to an open discussion among the SpCCJ Members to talk about experiences and exchange ideas.
Date: May *TBC
Price: Free, Only for Corporate Members
Alejandro Martín, Sustainability Manager
at J. Garcia Carrion
Graduated in Chemical Engineering from the School of Industrial Engineers of Valladolid, Master Thesis in Intensification of Bioprocesses from the Technical University of Dortmund (Germany) and Master in Innovation and Business Management from ESADE with a summer program at the International University of Japan.
Alejandro has worked for Spanish and North American companies, leading sustainability projects in Europe (Germany, France, Switzerland, Portugal, United Kingdom and France), Asia (Singapore and the Philippines) and America (USA and Mexico).
His main fields of expertise are manufacturing of materials and packaging for food, agriculture, cosmetics; biofuels, technology to reduce CO2 emissions, recovery of organic and inorganic industrial waste and creation of multi-stakeholder consortia of Circular Economy.