GREEN Begins Its Mission to Investigate Topics Within Renewable Energy, Environmentalism and Business
New York – December 4, 2022 – The BPM Forum today announced the formation of the Global Renewable Energy and Environmental Network (GREEN), an affinity network of professionals committed to the development and adoption of a wide range of clean energy and sustainability solutions. GREEN’s core mission is to demonstrate that environmental consciousness and sound business practices can and should coexist. Programs created by the group, along with the content offered online, will both educate and inspire action in a number of important areas.
GREEN was created specifically to deliver innovative resources, reports and events that advance knowledge and further thinking within the domains of solar energy, wind power, biofuels, fuel cells, cogeneration, waste reduction, composting, green building, conservation, clean water, smart transportation, sustainable agriculture, environmental education and advocacy.
“Even as environmental awareness becomes more embedded in mainstream thinking, it’s often seen as antithetical to business concerns,” said Eric Gertsman, Director of GREEN. “For these clean energy and sustainability solutions to find greater adoption, the twin concerns of commerce and the environment must be addressed in parallel. That’s our charter, and we believe it’s critically important.”
Membership and access to GREEN is free and open to everyone. Members will have access to many resources, such as industry news, special GREEN reports and networking opportunities.
GREEN’s first study, titled, “Garbage is a Terrible Thing to Waste,” will focus on waste management and composting options in medium to large-sized organizations. The report, underwritten by Biosystem Solutions, a manufacturer of state-of-the-art composting systems, will assess the state of biodegradable waste and investigate environmental and economic solutions. You are invited to participate in the study through the GREEN website: http://www.bpmforum.org/green.
“The BPM Forum has a long history of exploring issues that have not yet received the attention they deserve, but that resonate with corporate America. The GREEN undertaking fits perfectly within that mandate,” said Donovan Neale-May, executive director of the BPM Forum. “GREEN is very well positioned to serve as a catalyst to promote sustainable development within a corporate context.”
GREEN’s partners, advisory board and members encompass an impressive list of experts from all corners of the market, adding considerable industry and technical knowledge to the undertaking.
The Global Renewable Energy and Environmental Network (GREEN) is an affinity group comprised of corporate, institutional, non-profit, academic and government professionals, who are involved and interested in a wide range of sustainable business topics. The group endeavors to deliver innovative resources, reports and events that advance knowledge and encourage reflection in a number of different areas, including renewable energy, waste management, green building, conservation, clean water, smart transportation, sustainable agriculture and environmental education. Partners and members bring considerable industry and technical knowledge to the undertaking as the channels of communication always remain open. Find us at www.bpmforum.org/green.
About the BPM Forum
The Business Performance Management Forum is an organization that helps advance the understanding of business performance management techniques, technologies, and processes in global enterprises. The Forum brings together influential senior executives and business line leaders who oversee enterprise finance, operations and technology functions. Driven by demands for improved operational conditioning and corporate governance, the BPM Forum helps research, develop and promote cutting-edge methods to strengthen financial management disciplines, drive performance accountability; tighten budgeting and planning practices; strengthen operational visibility and insight; and ensure performance improvements across large organizations. More information is available at www.bpmforum.org.