The U.S. Chamber Foundation hosted a discussion focused on the future of sustainable investment and reporting.
On September 17, the Nation's doctor and White House Coronavirus Task Force Member Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams will join U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Suzanne Clark for a one-on-one conversation on the very latest on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Achieving sustainable outcomes requires creative, efficient, and inclusive collaboration across sectors and silos.
Hurricane Laura made landfall early on August 27 but the amount of devastation is still being assessed. Currently there are nearly 6,000 homes declared either heavily damaged or destroyed with estimates predicting a total of 10,000 – 15,000 homes affected.
As we transition into a “new normal” in the face of COVID-19, what are the most impactful climate strategies companies continue to drive forward, and what are the tactics and technologies being deployed to deliver on sustainability commitments? Hear from leaders in the manufacturing, logistics, and banking industries on their unique approaches to advancing sustainable progress at the outset of the Decade of Action.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation will host a coordination call on Friday, August 28, to hear from partners who have been directly impacted and are actively responding to Hurricane Laura and the California wildfires.
From new sanitization and social-distancing protocols in hotels and on aircraft, to the future of road warriors, this week's edition of Path Forward will discuss COVID-19 and the future of travel.
On August 26, Digital Empowers facilitated a conversation with broadband policy experts, technologists, and industry leaders to learn about the complexities of broadband deployment and adoption, technology transformation, and multi-sector collaborations addressing digital inequity in rural, low-income, and historically marginalized communities .
The first of four sessions as part of the Sustainability Summit Series, Circularity for a Sustainable and Secure Future will discuss the role that circular materials management can play in both achieving sustainability goals and responding to resource-constrained settings such as the COVID-19 pandemic.