Having visibility across the logistics emissions footprint is one of the many challenges that corporations face today in light of developing their sustainability programs and setting achievable decarbonization goals.
Join us for our next HBS Women’s Association ESG industry fireside chat with Carlo Bertani, a sustainability leader at Maersk, overseeing the decarbonization portfolio in North America and now leading renewable energy procurement and development in North and South America across all Maersk units.
A.P. Moller – Maersk is a leading global integrated container logistics company across 130 countries offering end-to-end logistics solutions across oceans, ports, air and on land. In light of unprecedented supply chain disruption through the pandemic, extreme weather events and geopolitical conflicts, Maersk continues to invest in its sustainability program, assessing a robust set of ESG topics through the lens of double materiality with input from stakeholder engagement and investing in decarbonization across its global logistics operations, targeting Net Zero by 2040.
Join us for a fireside chat to discuss Carlo’s perspective on all matters across global sustainability including:
Participants must register by Noon on November 7th to receive details on joining the discussion. The Zoom link will be sent out 24 hours before the event.
Please note that no refunds will be issued.
Decarbonization at A.P. Moller - Maersk
Carlo Bertani is an environmental subject matter expert with over fifteen years of experience working for government, large corporations, and small businesses to create and accomplish their environmental sustainability goals. Over the past two years, he has worked within the Sustainability Team at Maersk, overseeing the decarbonization portfolio in North America and primarily focusing on decarbonizing heavy-duty transportation. He is starting to transition to a new role within the company and will be leading renewable energy procurement and development in North and South America across all Maersk business units.
Prior to Maersk, Carlo spent eight years at Walmart corporate working in the operational sustainability space, implementing water resilience and waste reduction programs. Before Walmart, he spent five years at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as an environmental scientist.