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Environmental Sustainability, Leadership and a New Path Forward

March 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Healthy Leadership and a Sustainable World

Join GW4W for a special Heart To Heart presentation focused on Environmental Sustainability, Leadership, and a New Path Forward.

About this Event

Many challenges over the last year have underscored the need to focus more actively on creating a sustainable world at work and in our communities. Join us for a thought-provoking discussion on how businesses, researchers and NGO’s can intentionally work together to address the burning platforms facing us and the next generation.

This design thinking approach requires leadership that comes from a place of health, caring and innovation. You’ll hear about specific initiatives that have made steps forward, some of the data that connects human sustainability to environmental sustainability and receive ideas and actions you can implement in your organization and in your daily life.

On March 16th at 12:00 pm EDT we invite you to use your voice and join the conversation. Share what you are doing for sustainability and be a part of doing “more good together.”

Register today.

Time zones 12:00 PM EDT | 9:00 AM PDT | 16.00 GMT


Jane Stevenson, Founder Director of JS Global Advisory and member of the SSE Green Finance Advisory Group, United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchange Initiative

Erden Eruc, Global Adventurer, Ambassador at Ocean Recovery Alliance, President of not-for-profit , Around-n-Over, and 14x Guinness World Record Holder

With special guest recording from Emma Imperial, Group Chair and CEO at Imperial Homes Group of Companies, the Philippines first solar-powered low-cost housing communities supporting women and alleviating poverty with green buildings and sustainable communities.


Eileen McNeely, Ph.D., RNC, is Founder and Executive Director of the Sustainability and Health Initiative for NetPositive Enterprise (SHINE) at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and an Instructor in the Environmental Occupational Medicine and Epidemiology program at Harvard.  At SHINE, her team conducts research on the impact of work and business operations on individual, organizational, and societal well-being and flourishing. Dr. McNeely has extensive experience in the areas of environmental epidemiology, occupational and community health, health promotion, health services management and policy, and clinical practice as a nurse practitioner.   Her research is currently focused on work as a platform to improve well-being, putting people and health at the center of corporate sustainability strategy and business culture.