Making Sense of Sustainability 2011 / 2012 Report

8 ACROSS
an individual or group potentially affected by the activities of a company or organization; in sustainable business models the term includes financial shareholders as well as those affected by environmental or social factors such as suppliers, consumers, employees, the local community and the natural environment

FOR Our BUSINESS

OUR TEAM

Michael Berg

Senior Consultant

Michael is a sustainability and governance expert with a focused specialization on how financial markets, regulators and large supply chains are addressing climate change and sustainability. He has served as a strategy and communications advisor to leading Fortune 200 companies and organizations across sectors including food, consumer products, healthcare, technology, financial services, media and materials.

Michael’s practice is focused on opportunities, challenges and best practices related to sustainability performance measurement and reporting, global supply chain management, regulatory compliance, and leading edge methods of communication and branding. Michael frequently writes and speaks on emerging sustainability topics, which include a specialized form of enterprise-wide footprinting for the healthcare sector. He is a regular contributor to the American Bar Association (ABA) and a co-author of the forthcoming book Managing Climate Change: A Guide to Required and Voluntary Actions. Michael’s work has been cited by the Harvard Business School, Austin Business Journal and Greentech Media.

Community Engagement
  • University of Texas School of Law’s Non-Practicing Alumni Advisory Council, Member
  • PeopleFund, Loan Committee
  • White Bird Montessori School, Advisory Board
  • Author, “Modern Due Diligence: Challenges and Opportunities in the Green Economy”, American Bar Association Environmental Disclosure Newsletter, 2009
  • Author, “The Eco-Health Footprint: A Guide to Measuring Your Organization’s Environmental and Health Impacts”, The Global Health and Safety Initiative, 2009
  • Author, “Climate Change: A Guide to Carbon Law and Practice”, Globe Law & Business
Credentials
  • B.S. University of Southern California,
    Marshall School of Business
  • J.D. University of Texas School of Law
Share This

Puzzled?

Play BrownFlynn’s Monthly Sustainability Crossword Puzzle

After you have become familiar with the sustainability terms in our report and glossary, test your knowledge by completing this month’s puzzle—you might learn something new today!

Read More

Our People

Sara Martin

Sara joins BrownFlynn as an analyst and will apply her experience linking culture, the environment and economic development to assist our client teams in advising companies on how best to integrate sustainability into their business practices.

Read More