Themes covered include:
- An overview of carbon footprinting automation versus traditional LCA methods
- Tips on how to scale up product carbon footprints to your full portfolio with precision while staying cost-effective
- Insights from a case study demonstrating how Ingredion leverages its partnership with HowGood, including their progression from claims/sales sustainability storytelling, to product carbon footprinting, to procurement innovation
Brian Nash currently serves as the Vice President of Corporate Sustainability at Ingredion, where he is responsible for establishing a sustainability strategy for the organization that is aligned with the needs of the company as well as external stakeholders. As part of his responsibility, he chairs the company’s Global Sustainability Council, which is comprised of functional and regional leaders that help execute the sustainability strategy. In his role, Nash is also responsible for external sustainability collaborations – with customers, NGOs, and other organizations – to leverage combined expertise and accelerate progress against the company’s 2030 goals.
João Brites is Director of Growth and Innovation at HowGood. Prior to HowGood, João served as Global Director of Sustainable Development at AB InBev and was a co-founder of award-winning sustainability impact ventures in Portugal and the Brazilian Amazon rainforest. He holds a M.S. in Economics and a Masters in International Management from Nova School of Business and Economics and completed a Diploma in GHG Accounting by the GHG Management Institute with a focus on Agriculture, Forestry and Land Use Projects.