July 25th, 2011
Darren McGann and Janet Morris, 2041 IAE 2011 Members
In June, two 2041 IAE Alumni Members Darren McGann and Janet Morris reunited at the Corporate Eco Forum Gala in Washington D.C. “The annual meeting assembles an elite group of senior executives from 18 industries to share insights, collaborate, and innovate” as explained by EcoForum. Janet had won her place to attend the 2041 IAE 2011 Expedition after promising not to buy any new products for a year. She took the stage to tell her inspiring journey after an incredible introduction done by Corporate Eco Forum Founder’s twelve year old daughter, Anjali Rangaswami.
Watch Janet as she takes more than 220 Corporate and Government Environmental Leaders on a virtual trip to Antarctica here.
July 15th, 2011
Jean Gomes, Rob and Andy Cook -IAE 2011 Alumni Members
“Great to meet up with Rob again – he cycled 3 hours to join us at Sony HQ in Weybridge Surrey and was as always in “positive attack ” mode. We hope our discussions with Sony lead to them offering camera equipment for Rob’s adventures over the next 3 years including ‘The Return’ in 2013. We also met up with Rob Copsey , the rehab coordinator of BLESMA , a charity supporting service personnel injured in action and their families. Hopefully from this will come a candidate to go on IAE 2012 to Antarctica. A very productive day.” -Andy Cook
July 6th, 2011
Per the press release at www.robeco.com R.E.E. 2041 Team Member Erik Breen, Head Responsible Investing Robeco, has received the ‘Millstein Center Rising Star Governance’ award 2011.
“The award has been set up by the Millstein Center of Corporate Governance and Performance of Yale School of Management to stimulate young professionals in the field of Corporate Governance. Members of the governance community made their selection out of a large, with regards to both discipline and region, group of candidates based on their contribution to corporate governance, thought leadership, current projects and reputation.
The Millstein Center Rising Star of Corporate Governance was awarded to Erik Breen and ten other worldwide corporate governance professionals on 15 June 2011 (US) during the sixth annual Yale Governance Forum.
The Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance at the Yale School of Management is a leading global resource for testing, challenging and advancing the premise that corporations should and can serve society. The Center focuses on the inter-relationship of management, the board of directors, shareholders, and stakeholders in creating long-term corporate shareholder value in today’s complex and competitive economy, while at the same time meeting the heightened expectations of society.”
2041 and Robert Swan would like to congratulate Erik on this achievement and we look forward to your future accomplishments as we know we will see many to come.
Erik Breen takes in the beauty of Antarctica
June 10th, 2011
This past May, Robert Swan made his journey to Singapore where he spoke at The Vitol Industry Speaker Series to raise awareness of the 2041 movement. Over 400 people attended the talk held in Singapore, with backgrounds ranging from government officials, business leaders and students. He had a chance to meet up with recent 2041 IAE 2011 Team Member Spencer Yong where they joined on stage to share their individual Antarctica experience as well as spread the message of the importance for young leaders to step up to make changes, and be the role model to champion the cause of sustainability in our everyday lives.
Robert Swan speaking at Vitol
Spencer Yong, IAE 2011 Member speaking to fellow peers at Vitol
June 7th, 2011
Please join Robert Swan in Washington D.C. next week where he will be giving two free public presentations. If you are in the area or know someone that is, we hope you will be able to attend one or both of these events.
“Robert will tell his extraordinary life story of how he experienced first-hand the life-threatening effects of climate change as he became the first person to walk to both the North and South Poles. In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the discovery of the South Pole, learn how he has galvanized people around the planet to take small steps to reduce carbon footprints and generate demand for renewable energy.”
World Resource Institute Presentation
Monday, 13th of June at 12:00- 1:30 P.M.
Brown Bag Lunch
The World Resources Institute
10 G Street NE
Resources for the Future Presentation
Wednesday, 15th of June, 5:30 -7 P.M.
R.S.V.P. required but all are welcome.
Reception to follow
Resources for the Future
First Floor Conference Center
1616 P Street N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036