Beyond 34
Water Case Study

The Corporate Citizenship Center's Sustainability and Circular Economy program is a leading resource and voice for companies committed to contributing business solutions to global challenges. The goals of the program are to:

  • Increase understanding of key circular economy and sustainability issues including around design, new business models, supply chain innovation, and transformative partnerships;
  • Showcase practical approaches for how companies are leveraging new opportunities for growth, performance, and competitiveness that also delivers positive environmental and social outcomes;
  • Convene private and public sector leaders to advance the dialogue and collective action around shared circular economy and sustainability priorities.

2018 Sustainability and Circular Economy Summit

CCC's fourth annual Sustainability and Circular Economy Summit will explore how to effectively communicate the value of sustainability and circularity as a business strategy to a wide array of business units and consumers. Learn more about the event here.

Beyond34: Recycling and Recovery for a New Economy

Beyond34: Recycling and Recovery for a New Economy is a place-based pilot project designed to provide a replicable and scalable model for breaking through the current 34% national average recycling rate and help all sectors achieve their circular economy and sustainability goals. Read more about the project here.

“CCC’s Sustainability and Circular Economy Program supports our commitment to help redefine the role of business in society through its powerful platform for learning, networking, best practice sharing and capacity building. With CCC’s help, Dow is working to lead the transition to a more sustainable planet and society.”

- Dr. Neil Hawkins, Corporate Vice President, EH&S and Chief Sustainability Officer, The Dow Chemical Company