GreenBiz Intelligence Panel
The GreenBiz Intelligence Panel consists of executives and thought leaders in the area of corporate environmental strategy and performance. Panel members participate in brief surveys, providing their expertise and perspective on corporate initiatives, laws and regulations, and scientific advances that are shaping the green agenda.
Become a Member
Click Here to take survey and become a member of the GreenBiz Intelligence Panel. As a member, we ask you to commit to up to 12 surveys a year, which usually take 5-10 minutes to complete. As a member, you will receive a summary of the survey results just before they are released publicly. There is no charge or other obligation. This is purely a research initiative. All answers will be anonymous, though we may invite you to submit additional comments on the record, but only optionally. Your name will never be associated with the Panel without your consent.
A new report shows corporate sustainability is moving from eco-efficiency to risk reduction and mitigation.
Even among employees who consider themselves experts in sustainability, almost half want to expand their knowledge -- and the vast majority think formal education would help.
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A new report from Ernst & Young takes a hard look at the state of corporate sustainability reporting.
The second annual GreenBiz Salary Survey tracks more than just how much sustainability leaders at large corporations are paid; the study finds steady growth in attention to, and resources for,...
It's been easy to pooh-pooh employee engagement as a soft, feel-good endeavor. But no more.
The Plastic Disclosure Project will ask companies and institutions how much plastic they use, how much is recycled and whether they are taking steps to reduce plastic use.