Help Send a 3p Blogger to Cover the Amsterdam GRI Conference!

Earlier this week we announced that our friends at JustMeans will give two bloggers an opportunity to cover the Amsterdam Global Reporting Initiative Conference.  The way the competition works is fairly simple:  authors first submit any topic related to CSR or sustainability.  JustMeans looks at the total amount of votes, quality and relevance of the topic, and finally, the size of the writer’s network. We’re thrilled to announce that one of our regular contributors, Leon Kaye, has a real chance at winning one of those coveted tickets!  We need your help to make sure he gets it.

Leon submitted an article on the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) growing interest in mandating that publicly-held corporations disclose any material risks related to climate change.  This is an extremely important issue. If more companies are required to disclose their environmental impact, their shareholders and investors will push them to implement more sustainable and earth-friendly business practices.

The competition ends Sunday, May 16, so we ask that you CLICK HERE to vote for Leon.

One caveat:  you do have to create an account on JustMeans, which is to prevent anyone out there from clicking the “Vote” button all day!  But by joining JustMeans and supporting Leon’s quest to cover the conference for both TriplePundit and JustMeans, you are helping us achieve  our goal, which is to encourage our writers and readers to communicate conversationally in business and among important global issues related to people, profit, and planet.

As always, thank you for supporting Triple Pundit, and giving us the chance to have a strong presence at this very important conference in Amsterdam May 26-28!

Jen Boynton

Jen Boynton has been the editor in chief of TriplePundit for 8 years. With over 6 million annual readers, TriplePundit is the leading publication on sustainable business and the Triple Bottom Line. Prior to TriplePundit, Jen received an MBA in Sustainable Management from the Presidio Graduate School and a degree in Sociology from Pitzer College. She spent a few years in the non-profit policy sector as well, but we won't talk about that. In her work with TriplePundit she's helped clients from SAP to PwC with their sustainability communications messaging. When she's not at work, she volunteers as a CASA -- court appointed special advocate for children in the foster care system. She enjoys losing fights with her toddler overlord and eating toast scraps. She lives with her family in sunny San Diego.

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