2013 - Technology, Telecom & Media

Technology, Telecom & Media

Lloyd Bryant

VP & Managing Director, Printing & Personal Systems and Environmental Programs
Hewlett Packard Canada Team

Lloyd Bryant and Frances Edmonds are a one-two punch: Driving extensive sustainability efforts internally at HP, while also providing external leadership through Lloyd’s role as chair of both EPSC and EPRA and Frances’ partnering with WWF to create a unique program that helps Canadian businesses of all sizes “green” their organizations including developing a first formal sustainability plan. Both Frances and Lloyd have also participated extensively in working with their co-honourees in the Clean50, seeking ways to cooperate, collaborate and push for change.

Commitments for 2013: In September 2012 at the Clean50 Summit, most attendees made public commitments for things they would do to "further sustainability" over the next 12 months. Bryant's commitments were:

- I will help to define a mission statement for the Clean50
- I will sponsor on new sustainability initiative in my organization in the next months
- I will commit to collaborating with at least one other Clean50 member across disciplines
- I commit to working on a follow-up sub-committee based on the most voted-on topics from today

In Addition: Honourees identified good ideas they liked and would do their best to support. Bryant's "Likes" were:

- I will help to promote the mission of the Clean50
- I will publish five success stories of sustainable business
- Participate in a clean-tech roadshow to Canadian municipalities
- I will communicate frequently and regularly to employers about our sustainability goals and metrics
- Establish employee commitment/pledge program
- Educate/engage key decision-makers around the intrinsic value of the social and environmental legs of sustainable development
- I will choose a small business and mentor them to help them implement sustainability measurement, strategy, programming, etc
- I will Encourage Clean50 to become an advocacy group to all levels of government re: energy