Flora Moon

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Flora Moon

About Flora Moon

Flora Moon is Sustainability Practice Director at Expressworks. For over 15 years she has adeptly guided petrochemical clients like DuPont, Williams, Halliburton and Chevron to navigate systemic and cultural change. In April, 2016 she moderated the SPE panel on Sustainability and Performance in Stavanger, Norway. She serves on the Executive committee of the Society of Petroleum Engineers Sustainability Technical Section and co-leads the SPE Sustainability Technical Section Performance Sub-Committee.

Flora has also created sustainability capability and capacity in communities serving on the Houston (Texas) Resilience Committee and as project manager / special advisor to a number of public and private projects. She is the co-designer of a private sustainability investment strategy for Merrill Lynch.

Evolving Sustainability Strategies

By | July 12th, 2017|Scoop.it|

Business is often not prepared to take on sustainability efforts for a variety of reasons. Some of these may be related to a lack of maturity in business process, data management, information gathering or expertise in the subject. This presentation...

Sustainability: Top Down or Bottom Up?

By | June 27th, 2017|Change Leadership Capability, Health, Safety & Environmental Programs, Organizational Change Capacity, Sustainability|

The Case for Top-Down While I was at an energy industry conference recently I was asked the question, “Do you believe that it is better to have a bottom-up or a top-down approach for sustainability?” I answered immediately, “Top-down.” But I would not have answered this way even a [...]

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Evolving Sustainability Strategies

By | April 5th, 2017|@enable_change, Health, Safety & Environmental Programs, Operational & Process Improvement, Organizational Change Capacity, Sustainability|

Business is often not prepared to take on sustainability efforts for a variety of reasons. Some of these may be related to a lack of maturity in business process, data management, information gathering or expertise in the subject. This presentation considers organizational capability in the form of maturity models and frameworks [...]

This New Neighborhood Will Grow Its Own Food, Power Itself, And Handle Its Own Waste

By | March 1st, 2017|@enable_change, Sustainability|

ReGen Village, outside of Amsterdam, doesn't need a grid or food systems. It's a model for a future, fully closed-loop settlement.Read the full article at: www.fastcoexist.com The ReGen Village outside of Amsterdam has been designed to be fully self sufficient. Why is this important? Waste is a huge issue entirely created by humans. In nature, every waste output of animal, plant and natural system is an input for another animal, plant or natural system. Humans are just learning how to emulate nature. Want to learn more? Head over to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation or take a look at a presentation Expressworks gave at a Circular Economy Conference in Denver, February, 2017. We present a perspective on how the oil and gas industry could reduce waste outputs and create more a more circular system. If your company needs help learning how to become circular, we can help.

€320 Billion of circular economy investment opportunities for Europe

By | February 18th, 2017|@enable_change|

Investment opportunities to shift the EU towards a circular economy pathwayRead the full article at: www.ellenmacarthurfoundation.org The circular economy has some industries abuzz. McKinsey, Accenture and others are guiding companies who view this take on business as an engine for. Making waste "disappear" by identifying uses and users for industrial and production waste products calls for the reinterpretation of your value chain. Waste has traditionally been counted as a cost center. The circular economy holds the promise of making it a potential income center. Expressworks' Sustainability Director, Flora Moon, recently addressed an engineering conference: Engineering Solutions for Sustainability devoted to the topic. The Ellen MacArthur Foundation has just published a report highlighting innovation and investment priorities for Europe that are focused on mobility, food and built environment value chains. Need help getting started? Get in touch today.