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Welcome to The Hallway Track

Welcome to The Hallway Track, a new virtual gathering place for energy and sustainability leaders! Like hotel hallways during a work conference, The Hallway Track is the one place that will bring us all together again to collaborate, connect and move our projects forward.

Click on an area of the hallway in the interactive map below to learn about each session and host. Once you’ve selected a session, save your spot by submitting the registration form below.

Slide "More than just words: Turning your corporate sustainability goals into reality"
Host: Gregg Belardo, senior director of EHS & sustainability at Charles River Laboratories
Date: Tuesday, May 4th at 3pm EST



Simply announcing a sustainability goal is one thing. But for pharmaceutical manufacturing energy and sustainability managers, achieving those ambitious goals not only requires creativity, flexibility and internal buy-in from all levels of your organization but also collaboration with external organizations. So when working on a road map to sustainability, where’s the best place to start?

In this roundtable discussion hosted by Gregg Belardo, senior director of EHS & sustainability at Charles River Laboratories, you and a small group of industry peers will have the opportunity to discuss the creative ways you’re achieving ambitious sustainability goals. Join the conversation to share your organization’s successes, challenges, ideas and problem-solving resources. Find out how your peers are driving innovation in their organizations while also engaging both supply chains and employees. And discuss ESG trends and the larger role that renewables and sustainability will continue to play in the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry for years to come.


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"More than just words: Turning your corporate sustainability goals into reality"

Host: Gregg Belardo, senior director of EHS & sustainability at Charles River Laboratories

Date: Tuesday, May 4th at 3pm EST



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“More than just words: Turning your corporate sustainability goals into reality”

Host: Gregg Belardo, senior director of EHS & sustainability at Charles River Laboratories
Date: Tuesday, May 4th at 3pm EST

Simply announcing a sustainability goal is one thing. But for pharmaceutical manufacturing energy and sustainability managers, achieving those ambitious goals not only requires creativity, flexibility and internal buy-in from all levels of your organization but also collaboration with external organizations. So when working on a road map to sustainability, where’s the best place to start?

In this roundtable discussion hosted by Gregg Belardo, senior director of EHS & sustainability at Charles River Laboratories, you and a small group of industry peers will have the opportunity to discuss the creative ways you’re achieving ambitious sustainability goals. Join the conversation to share your organization’s successes, challenges, ideas and problem-solving resources. Find out how your peers are driving innovation in their organizations while also engaging both supply chains and employees. And discuss ESG trends and the larger role that renewables and sustainability will continue to play in the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry for years to come.

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