Inogen Alliance Short Documentary: The Road to a More Sustainable Future, Featured in Global Thought Leaders Campaign – denxpert solutions

Inogen Alliance Short Documentary: The Road to a More Sustainable Future, Featured in Global Thought Leaders Campaign

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2022.04.28.

Despite the headlines, there are still reasons to be optimistic and strides are being taken in addressing climate change impacts

Just as human activity is responsible for prompting the climate crisis, it is down to human behavior to solve the issues we face as a species. To meet the challenges of a future world we will all be able to live in requires vision from the people who will make a difference: the senior business leaders in the world’s biggest and most innovative companies.

Inogen Alliance is featured in one of the short documentaries as global environment, health and safety and sustainability consultants offering climate related solutions to multinational clients. The ultimate mission of the Inogen Alliance is to make the world a safer, cleaner, and more sustainable place by becoming the consultants of choice for multinational organizations determined to meet the goal for 2050 of net zero.

Inogen Alliance understands the importance of knowledge-sharing and storytelling to increase visibility and action needed to mitigate climate change and drive towards a positive future for the planet. Businesses have a responsibility, as we all do, to create a more sustainable world for future generations and Inogen Alliance is equipped with their global expertise to guide them on this journey. This is why they took part in the Global Thought Leaders documentary series.

The short documentary focuses on how we don’t have all the answers, but we do have many of them. We look at some key areas where multinational businesses can make a difference including water stewardship, carbon footprinting and benchmarking, and materiality assessments for setting up an ESG strategy. Inogen Alliance has global coverage with local expertise to advise clients on strategies where they can have the most impact.

We hear from four leaders within Inogen Alliance including President Angelique Dickson; Board Member and Managing Director Alex Ferguson of Delta-Simons; Sustainability Consultant Beatrice Bizarro of HPC; and Sustainability Consultant Nan Kjellberg of DGE Group.

Check out the documentary along with behind-the-scenes are related content here https://www.inogenalliance.com/sustainable-future and on Global Thought Leaders here https://www.globalthoughtleaders.org/articles/inogen-sustainability-consulting

Global Thought Leaders is a campaign devised by TBD Media Group, an award-winning  production company that has filmed documentaries on five continents. By highlighting the work of Global Thought Leaders, they promote the real work being done to tackle the most pressing issues facing humanity today – from climate change to poverty and inequality.

Paolo Zanini, Founder and CEO at TBD Media Group says:

“Change is the one constant in the business world and the pace of change has certainly accelerated in recent years. While the headlines are all about the problems facing us today, the real story is in some of the amazing work being done behind the scenes, thanks to the exceptional leadership of the business world. At a time when many are losing their faith in politics, we have a responsibility to show what excellent and visionary leadership looks like through the platform we have as storytellers.”

The Global Thought Leaders documentary series examines how the most ambitious businesses in the world are harnessing innovation to transform the world we live in and create a better future for generations to come.

More information on the Global Thought Leaders Campaign may be found here.

About Inogen Alliance:

Inogen Alliance is a global network of environment, health, safety and sustainability consulting companies working together to help multinational organizations meet their global commitments locally.  With offices located on every continent, more than 5,000 associates worldwide, and projects completed in more than 150 countries, Inogen Alliance provides unparalleled local consulting expertise, global consistency and 20 years of experience building a cleaner, safer and more sustainable future. Making your global commitments a local reality. Global Thinking. Local Delivery. Learn more at https://www.inogenalliance.com/

From the 78+ independent Associate companies that make up Inogen Alliance, this film was co-sponsored by denxpert, Antea Group USA, Delta-Simons, DGE Group, denkstatt, Geotest, HPC, MediTerra and Redlog.

About TBD Media Group:

TBD Media Group is an international, purpose-driven, media developer that helps companies, organizations and governments tell their brand stories in a human and direct way. Learn more at https://www.tbdmediagroup.com/ 

Media Contact:

Kate Asleson

Marketing Director, Inogen Alliance

[email protected]

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