Walmart is saving more than $500 million a year from its sustainability initiatives; from 2005 to 2010 GE sold $70 billion of green products and services and for Interface carpet green initiatives have generated 28% of the company’s operating profit over the last 14 years!
Going green is profitable! Leading businesses everywhere are going green to cut costs, raise revenue and mitigate risk against rising energy prices. Jim Harris, a widely recognized environmental speaker and consultant, has helped his clients understand why going green is an essential corporate strategy; and how to engage and empower employees in green initiatives.
Going green is perhaps the most powerful organizational transformational tool available to corporate leaders for engaging and exciting employees, and helping the organization to become an environmental leader.
Few consultants have the background, depth of knowledge and decades of experience that make Jim a leading environmental speaker and consultant. He wrote a weekly column in the National Post detailing how going green is profitable, and is currently working on the release of a book that focuses on sustainability initiatives entitled Green Means Green, which will feature hundreds of case studies that document how environmental leadership is driving for the bottom-line benefit.
Jim’s experience as an environmental speaker is supported by his work with corporations such as Walmart, IBM, Cleantech as well as governments and property developers. As a result of a recent global consulting contract with IBM, Mr. Harris white paper on how carbon leadership drives profitability is on IBM’s global web site.
He was one of the first seven Canadians personally trained by Al Gore to present the slide show for An Inconvenient Truth, and continues to add to his knowledge as an environmental speaker by attending the World Economic Forum in Davros every year.
Mr Harris was recently appointed the Program Director of the Centre of Excellence for Sustainability & Innovation at the Schulich Executive Education Centre at York University. This honor adds to a long list of qualifications that make him an environmental speaker with unparalleled experience that can help clients attain environmental leadership.
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