Aidenvironment Participates in 2018 RSM Sustainability Forum on 13 April


The 2018 RSM Sustainability Forum to be held on 13 April in the Forumzaal of Erasmus Expo & Congress Center in Rotterdam is for businesses thinking about making the shift toward sustainability – or for anyone looking for more information about it. The event features high-profile keynote speakers on two important factors that can ignite systemic change in business: responsible management and sustainable finance practices.

The keynote speakers are Jessica Thomas, Director of Business Sustainability Collaborative, an academic initiative that connects students, faculty and the business community, and Gianni Lorenzato, former Executive Director of Goldman Sachs and now Senior Consultant of World Bank Group. 

Igniting systemic change starts the process of welcoming new business models. It is based on the concept of systems thinking, which sees business as part of a larger system. Sustainable finance considers how investing and lending inter-reacts with economic, social, and environmental issues, and responsible management considers the roles and responsibilities of business as a global force.

After the two keynote presentations, the audience is invited to engage in cracking-the-case of real business cases in one of ten breakout sessions facilitated by leaders in sustainable business, including EY, Robecco, ASN Bank, Gemeente Rotterdam, GAIN, AidEnvironment, ABN AMRO Social Impact Fund, True Price, Next Nature Network, Peterson Union Control, and A.S.R.

Click here to see the official flyer.

Click here to visit the 2018 RSM Sustainability Forum website.