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Our Mission is to take concerted and practical action
to improve the quality of life through awareness,
education, outreach and community involvement.

Our Vision is to be the place where O.C. leaders,
organizations and individuals from all walks of life
come together to promote a more sustainable
lifestyle.

BUSINESS

ocsc

EDUCATION

COMMUNITIES

NOT
-
FOR
-
PROFITS

GOVERNMENT

OCSC’s

Hub
-
and
-
Spoke Model

© Orange County Sustainability Collaborative, All Rights Reserved, 2012

AGENDA



REGISTRATION





1:30 P.M. TO 2:00 P.M.



WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION



2:00 P.M. TO 2:15 P.M.


PANEL PRESENTATIONS
(15 MINUTES EACH)


2:15 P.M. TO 3:30 P.M.


Basic Concepts/Systematic Program
Management


Regulatory and Industry
-
Standards Compliance


Cost
-
and
-
Risk
-
Reducing Efficiencies throughout the Entire Lifecycles of Value Systems


Revenue
-
Stream Enhancement through Green
-
Attribute Products and Services


Competitive Advantages through Greenwash
-
Free Corporate Transparency


BREAK






3:30 P.M. TO 3:45 P.M.


FACILITATED ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS


3:45 P.M. TO 4:45 P.M.


CLOSING REMARKS, INCLUDING SURVEY


4:45 P.M. TO 5:00 P.M.

SUSTAINABILITY’S
BUSINESS PROPOSITION:

MAKING MONEY BY
DOING GOOD

FALL 2012

LEADERSHIP
DIALOGUE

© Orange County Sustainability Collaborative, All Rights Reserved, 2012

SUSTAINABILITY’S
BUSINESS
PROPOSITION:

MAKING MONEY
BY DOING GOOD

William Borges, Interim Chair


OCSC and Former
Principal Environmental Scientist


Midwest
Research Institute


Constanze Duke, Sustainability Manager


Bausch
+ Lomb and ISSP Member


Teresa Nersesyan, CEO


Tradeface Consulting, LLC
and Former Vice President


Global Logistics and
Trade Compliance at Pacific
Sunwear


Lauren
Gropper, Founder and CEO at Repurpose
Compostables,
Inc.


Bill
Conley,
GRI Reporter,
IFMA Fellow,
OCSC
Board Member
and Owner of CFM2

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© Orange County Sustainability Collaborative, All Rights Reserved, 2012

SUSTAINABILITY’S
ESSENTIAL
BUSINESS
CONCEPTS

William Borges

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© William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2012

THE $64 QUESTION:

REALLY, WHY
ARE THE
BAD GUYS
GOING
GREEN?

PROGRESSIVE COMPANIES HAVE FIGURED OUT HOW TO

MAKE MONEY BY
DOING GOOD!

BUSINESS
HAS FILLED A
MELODRAMATIC
ROLE
THROUGHOUT
THE HISTORY OF
THE ENVIRONMENTAL
MOVEMENT. . .

THE

BAD

GUYS
!

© William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2012

SUSTAINABILITY FROM A BUSINESS PERSPECTIVE

$

SUSTAINABILITY IS THE WAY
AN ORGANIZATION
CREATES
VALUE

BY

MAXIMIZING

THE POSITIVE
SOCIAL, ENVIRONMENTAL
AND ECONOMIC EFFECTS
OF ITS ACTIVITIES

WHILE
MINIMIZING

THEIR
ADVERSE IMPACTS
THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE
CLOSED
-
LOOP LIFECYCLE
OF
A PRODUCT OR SERVICE’S
VALUE
SYSTEM

© William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2012

HARD, COLD FINANCIAL REALITY:


NO MONEY, NO MISSION”

The Public Agency and Not
-
for
-
Profit
View:


AN ORGANIZATION MUST SECURE
ADEQUATE FINANCIAL RESOURCES TO
SUSTAIN AND EXPAND ITS MISSION

“NM
-
NM” REQUIRES
BALANCING
ALL ACTIVITIES
WITHIN AN ORGANIZATION'S
RESOURCE LIMITS AND
OPPORTUNITIES


The For
-
Profit
View:


THE
ONLY REASON MOST FOR
-
PROFIT
ORGANIZATIONS EXIST IS TO INCREASE
THE WEALTH OF EQUITY
HOLDERS

UNLESS A FOR
-
PROFIT
COMPANY IS FINANCIALLY
HEALTHY ENOUGH TO
PRODUCE PROFITS


AND
THEREFORE BUILD
-
UP THE
BALANCE SHEET


IT WILL
NOT SURVIVE

IT’S THE “PRIME
DIRECTIVE” OF
FINANCE

© William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2012

SYSTEMATIC
PROGRAM
MANAGEMENT

COMPLIANCE

INCREASED
REVENUES

EFFICIENCY

COMPETITIVE
ADVANTAGES
THROUGH
TRANSPARENCY

A PROGRAM FRAMEWORK:

THE 5 BUSINESS FUNCTIONS OF

CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY

© William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2012

GAIN
COMPETITIVE
ADVANTAGES
THROUGH
TRANSPARENCY

INCOME STATEMENT



Revenues

Less Cost of Goods/Services
Sold (a.k.a.
Direct Costs
)

GROSS EARNINGS



General and Administrative
Expenses (a.k.a.
Indirect Costs
)


Marketing and Sales Expenses


Other G&A Expenses



Less Subtotal
of General
and Administrative Expenses



NET EARNINGS BEFORE INTEREST, TAXES AND AMORTIZATION

INCREASE
REVENUE
STREAMS

REGULATORY AND
INDUSTRY
STANDARDS
COMPLIANCE

REDUCE RISKS,
COSTS AND
EFFORTS

SYSTEMATIC
PROGRAM
MANAGEMENT

RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE

5 CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY

FUNCTIONS &

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

© William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2012

SYSTEMATIC
SUSTAINABILITY
PROGRAM
MANAGEMENT

William Borges

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© William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2012

STAGE
1





Pre
-
Compliance

STAGE
2




Regulatory
Compliance

STAGE
3




Beyond
Compliance

STAGE 4

Integrated
Strategy for
Enhanced
Organizational
Value

STAGE 5

Purpose/Passion
of Values
-
Driven
Founder/Board
of
Directors/CxOs

FIVE STAGES SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

PHASE 1


DEFENSIVE CSR


Volunteer Programs,
Expenditures to Fend Off Regulation or Avoid
Fines and Penalties, Pollution Controls



PHASE 2


CHARITABLE CSR
-

Company Supports
Various Social and Environmental Causes
through Donations and Sponsorships



PHASE 3


PROMOTIONAL CSR


A Public
Relations Opportunity to Enhance the Brand,
Image and Reputation of the Company



PHASE 4


STRATEGIC CSR


Implementation of
Social and Environmental Management
Systems,
SR Policy Development, Goal and Target Setting,
Program Implementation, Auditing and
Reporting



PHASE 5


SYSTEMATIC CSR


Tackling the Root
Causes of Current Corporate Unsustainability
and Irresponsibility, Innovating Business
Models, Revolutionizing Their Processes,
Products and Services

FIVE PHASES OF CSR
PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

EVOLUTIONARY CORPORATE
SOCIAL
RESPONSIBILITY AND

SUSTAINABILITY DEVELOPMENT MATRIX

IF THIS WAS
EASY,
EVERYONE
WOULD BE
DOING IT!

© William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2012

ENVIRONMENTAL
SUSTAINABILITY AND OTHER CSR
STRATEGIES AND TACTICS TO
CREATE NEW ORGANIZATIONAL
CAPABILITIES

SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM ISSUES, INCLUDING
THOSE ASSOCIATED WITH
BALDRIGE, ISO, U.S.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
AGENCY GUIDELINES, AND
OTHER STANDARDS

ENVIRONMENTAL COST
ACCOUNTING PRACTICES,
INCLUDING SUSTAINABILITY AND
OTHER CSR PROGRAM BUDGET
AND ROI PERFORMANCE ISSUES

AUDIT RESULTS AND OTHER
PERFORMANCE METRICS ISSUES

LIFE
-
CYCLE ASSESSMENT OF
EXISTING AND NEW ACTIVITIES

LIFE
-
CYCLE
-
FOCUSED
OPERATING STANDARDS,
TARGETS, BENCHMARKING,
AND PERFORMANCE
MEASUREMENT, ESPECIALLY IN
REGARD TO RESOLVING NON
-
ATTAINMENT, VARIANCE AND
NON
-
CONFORMANCE
CONCERNS

FACILITY DESIGN, RETROFITTING,
CONSTRUCTION AND LAND USE
ISSUES, INCLUDING LEADERSHIP
IN ENERGY AND
ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN (LEED)
PROGRAM STANDARDS

GREEN PROCUREMENT AND
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
ISSUES

GREEN PRODUCT AND SERVICE
DESIGN

GREEN INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY

AIR QUALITY COMPLIANCE
ISSUES, INCLUDING DIRECT GHG
MANAGEMENT

ENERGY MANAGEMENT AND
INDIRECT GHG MANAGEMENT

WATER QUALITY COMPLIANCE
AND CONSERVATION ISSUES

HAZARDOUS MATERIAL AND
WASTE MANAGEMENT ISSUES

SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
ISSUES

WORKER AND COMMUNITY
HEALTH AND SAFETY ISSUES

NATURAL RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT ISSUES

ENVIRONMENTAL AND CSR
EDUCATION, INSTRUCTION AND
TRAINING ISSUES

ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
INITIATIVES

LITIGATION AND REGULATORY
COMPLIANCE AND SANCTION
ISSUES

INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL
TRANSPARENCY ISSUES
INCLUDING GOVERNMENT,
COMMUNITY, CUSTOMER,
SUPPLIER AND OTHER
STAKEHOLDER RELATIONSHIP
MANAGEMENT ISSUES

CREATION OF COMPETITIVE
ADVANTAGES THROUGH
GREENWASH
-
FREE PROMOTION
AND PUBLIC
RELATIONS
INITIATIVES

WHERE DOES A
COMPANY START IN
DESIGNING AND
IMPLEMENTING A
SUSTAINABILITY
PROGRAM?

© William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2012

SYSTEMATIC SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM DESIGN

Step 1


Mandate the Sustainability
Program and Assure Executive Buy
-
In

Step 2


Set Near
-
, Mid
-

and Long
-
Term Organizational Strategic
Objectives for Sustainability

Step 3


Measure & Assess the
Organization’s Current
Sustainability Performance

Step 4


Create the Sustainability
Program's Shared
-
Governance
Function

Step 5


Produce and Distribute
Issues
-
and
-
Goals

Lists for
Green
Team Reviews & Evaluations

Step 6


Prioritize the
Organization's Most Immediate &
Pressing Sustainability Needs, Set
Goals & Targets, and Assign
Accountabilities

Step 7


Initiate Projects
at
Operations & Administration Levels
to
Achieve Sustainability Goals

Step 8


Complete Projects at
Operations & Administration Levels
with Corporate Leadership Support

Step 9


Assess Individual Project &
Overall Program Progress, Then
Define New Opportunities for
Improvement

Step 10


Sustain the Program by
Restarting the Process at Step 1

Each Step Is
Designed
Using This
Format

© William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2012

BRIEF CASE HISTORY:

MARINE CORPS BASE

CAMP PENDLETON

© William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2012

REGULATORY AND
INDUSTRY STANDARDS
COMPLIANCE

Constanze Duke

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© Constanze Duke, All Rights Reserved, 2012

Air Resources Board

Consumer Affairs

California Health & Safety Code

Office of the Fire Marshal

DTSC

SEC

Department of Labor

Community Right
-
To
-
Know

RCRA

Cal
-
EPA

Cal
-
OSHA

DOT

© Constanze Duke, All Rights Reserved, 2012

Environmental
Stewardship


Cal
-
EPA


RCRA


DOT


DTSC


Dept. of Water Resources


ARB

Social
Responsibility


Dept. of Industrial
Relations


Health and Safety Code


Dept. of Labor


Dept. of Consumer Affairs

Fiscal
Responsibility


SEC


Financial Industry
Regulatory Authority


Consumer Financial
Protection Bureau

Comply

Prevent

Innovate

Comply

Exceed

Partner
ships

Comply

Control

Balance

Moving Beyond Compliance

© Constanze Duke, All Rights Reserved, 2012

Building Upon Compliance

Law 1

Law 2

Law 3

Enterprise Sustainability
Management System

Values

Laws

Standards/

Guidelines

QMS

EMS

SMS

Compliance Approach

Management Systems Approach

© Constanze Duke, All Rights Reserved, 2012

BRIEF CASE HISTORY

Bausch + Lomb

© Constanze Duke, All Rights Reserved, 2012

LIFECYCLE
-
BASED
ADMINISTRATIVE AND
OPERATIONAL
EFFICIENCY

Teresa Nersesyan

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© Teresa Nersesyan, All Rights Reserved, 2012

THE GREEN EFFICIENCY MANDATE





THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE
CLOSED
-
LOOP LIFECYCLES OF
ITS SERVICES AND PRODUCTS

WITH LEAST COST, EFFORT AND
RISK

ACHIEVE THE ORGANIZATION'S
PEOPLE, PLANET AND PROFIT
OBJECTIVES

SO, WHEN
“JUNK”
IS
REMOVED FROM A
PRODUCT OR SERVICE
LIFECYCLE, ALL THAT IS LEFT
ARE THE GOOD
THINGS

“EVERY
SYSTEM IS
PERFECTLY DESIGNED TO
GET THE RESULTS IT
DOES”

TO TRULY
“GO
-
GREEN” A
BUSINESS
MUST EVENTUALLY INTEGRATE THIS
MANDATE
INTO
ALL OF ITS PRODUCT
AND SERVICE
LIFECYCLES

IT CAN’T BE DONE
OVERNIGHT!

HERE’S THE ESSENTIAL IDEA
BEHIND
THE GREEN EFFICIENCY
MANDATE:

© William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2012

SUSTAINABILITY’S IMPROVEMENT ON
ESSENTIAL INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
CONCEPTS

SUPPLY CHAINS

The movement and storage of raw materials, work
-
in
-
process inventory and finished goods
from point of origin to point of consumption





LIFECYCLES

The
lifecycle concept expands the idea of value systems with two additional dimensions:


A clear focus on the
adverse impacts in upstream
, current and downstream lifecycle
phases


All value
-
systems must be
closed
-
looped

through effective use of the
3R

reduce/reuse/recycle
concepts to manage wastes in every lifecycle phase

VALUE ENGINEERING

A
body of operations management and industrial engineering techniques that identifies
and removes unnecessary expenditures, thereby increasing value for producers and their
customers

VALUE SYSTEMS

A
value system includes all of the supply chains of an organization's suppliers, the
organization itself, the organization's distribution channels, and the organization's
downstream buyers and so on until the product or service has reached the end of its
useful
life

ALL OF THESE
CONCEPTS ARE
FOCUSED ON
GETTING THE JUNK
OUT OF
PRODUCTION AND
SERVICE DELIVERY!

© William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2012

MANAGEMENT OF GREEN VALUE
SYSTEMS



Lifecycle Dimensions of
Product and Service Value
Systems


Enhancement of
Continuous
-
Improvement Methods
with Sustainability Methods


Including
Japanese Union of
Scientists and Engineers, Toyota Lean

and
Six Sigma
Techniques


to Drive All Waste Out of Value Systems and
Their Associate Lifecycles

• Green Procurement


Green
Product Manufacturing

• Green Service Delivery

• Green Logistics

• Reverse Logistics

POLLUTION
MINIMIZATION AND
ERADICATION



Application of Basic
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle (3R)
Concepts and Methods
to
All Types of Wastes


Use of
Lifecycle Assessment Methods to Identify
Opportunities to Minimize or Eliminate Wastes in Value
Systems


Specialty Applications of Gaseous
Waste Management

• Specialty Applications of Aqueous Waste Management

• Specialty Applications of Hazardous Waste Management


Including Chemical, Biological and Radioactive Wastes

• Specialty Applications of Solid Waste Management

ENERGY, GREENHOUSE GAS, WATER
STEWARDSHIP AND OTHER KEY
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CONCERNS



Making the
Business Case for and the Principles,
Practices and Methods of Greenhouse Gas (GHG)
Reduction


GHG's Role as a
"Common Currency"

in Measuring
the Efficacy of Energy Management Efforts


Strategies, Tactics and Operations Activities for
Reducing Energy Consumption and Shifting to
Sustainable Energy Sources


Applying the
Design and Economics of Internal
Sustainable Energy Generation


Green Vehicle Fleet Management


Involvement in Carbon
Trading Markets,
Strategies, Tactics and Methods


Tracking
, Analyzing and Reporting GHG Reduction
Progress


Implementing Advanced Corporate
Water
Stewardship Initiatives


Implementing

Advanced Corporate
Land Resource
Management Initiatives

GREEN FACILITIES



Integration of
Design
-
with
-
Nature
Concepts and
Techniques in New Facility Designs and Retrofits

• Integration
of
Leadership
in Energy and Environmental
Design
(LEED) Standards in New Facility Designs and Retrofits


Integration of Other
Applicable Standards
, Including
BREAM,
Istidama,
and
State of
California CCR Title 24

GREEN EFFICIENCY TARGETS

IN
PRODUCT AND SERVICE VALUE SYSTEMS AND THEIR LIFECYCLES

© William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2012

SIMPLE AND COMPLEX VIEWS OF LIFECYCLE PHASES

THE SIMPLE CONCEPTUAL VIEW

THE COMPLEX ANALYTICAL VIEW!

EVEN THIS
ILLUSTRATION FAILS TO
ADEQUATELY DESCRIBE
THE COMPLEXITY
INVOLVED IN A
THOROUGH LIFECYCLE
ASSESSMENT!

© William Borges, All Rights Reserved, 2012