BSR Conference 2019: The New Climate for Business

BSR Conference 2019: The New Climate for Business

The annual BSR Conference is one of the longest-running and most well-regarded sustainability conferences. We provide a space for thought-provoking conversations, where we work together to identify solutions to our most complex global challenges. We convene more than more than 1000 participants (onsite and virtually) from around the world, including senior executives from Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs, foundations, nonprofit organizations, and governments.

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The State of Sustainable Business 2019: Toward a Critical Decade
By: Laura Gitman, Chief Operating Officer, BSR, and David Stearns, Director, Communications, BSR When BSR launched its first State of Sustainable Business survey with GlobeScan in 2008, it would have been...
Nov 12, 2019 8:00 AM ET
All the Ways to Follow Us at #BSR19
Tomorrow, the BSR Conference 2019 will kick off in San Jose, California. As we host our Conference in Silicon Valley for the first time, we’re thinking a lot about disruption—and not only in the typical “tech-speak” sense: As we’ve seen far too many times this year—most recently with the devastating wildfires in California—the ...
Nov 11, 2019 12:05 PM ET
Day Passes Available for BSR19
The BSR Conference 2019 kicks off on Tuesday in San Jose, and our agenda is live. If you are unable to attend the full three-day event, ...
Nov 7, 2019 10:05 AM ET
The New Climate for Business: The Voice of Business in a Tribalized World
For companies, shareholder primacy used to be key, but during the past several years, different groups, including customers, suppliers, and civil society, have become increasingly important. These groups have pushed companies to take positions on challenging issues like gun control and women's rights, and companies may find themselves distancing a group of stakeholders no matter their stance....
Nov 5, 2019 10:00 AM ET
The New Climate for Business: The Ethics of AI and Facial Recognition
Thanks to the widespread use of new and disruptive technology, every company is turning into a tech company, regardless of industry. Consequently, companies across industries using cutting-edge technologies, like facial recognition, will need to take into account the ethical and human rights implications of these products. What do companies, from healthcare to retail and beyond, need to...
Nov 1, 2019 8:00 AM ET

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