On November 15th 2012 Verdantix will air a complimentary webinar, titled “Global Sustainability Leaders Survey: Budgets & Priorities.” With sustainability budgets expected to rise in 2013, the Verdantix annual survey of 250 global heads of sustainability is intended to shed light on these findings. Presented by Verdantix CEO, David Metcalfe, the Webinar will also share survey data on governance for sustainability spending.
This unique global sustainability spending data set will help you benchmark your spending plans and align your investments with market demand in 13 countries and 20 industries.
The webinar will review the survey of 250 heads of sustainability located in 13 countries including Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Mexico, Russia, South Africa and the UAE.
To register for the webinar click here.
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