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By Nathan Delbridge

This dynamic Tuesday afternoon panel dissected Global Supply Chains, taking forward by The Sustainability Consortium’s (TSC) newly released impact report, Greening Global Supply Chains: From Blind Spots To Hot Spots To Action. Robin Raj, founder and Executive Creative Director of Citizen Group, moderated the panel and framed the session with the question: “Why does greening global supply chains represent one of the most potent models for change for sustainability?”

Represented on the panel were TSC CEO Sheila Bonini; Laura Phillips, SVP for Global Sustainability for Walmart; Jonathan Atwood, Unilever’s VP of Sustainable Living and Corporate Communications, North America; Roian Atwood, Director of Sustainability for Wrangler/Lee/VF Imagewear; and Ben Packard, Managing Director of Corporate Engagement for The Nature Conservancy (TNC).

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