Wave

October 24-26

Huntington Beach, California

Sessions

Events and times subject to change. Session speakers will be published as they are confirmed throughout the summer and fall.

This interactive session will explore how companies can refine their focus on climate change in challenging times, drawing on lessons from the automotive industry. In the face of regulatory uncertainty and rapidly-changing technology, the industry continues to evolve its approach to climate change. Industry manufacturers are increasingly committing to energy efficiency and renewable energy, advanced vehicle technology and alternative use models ranging from extended-range electric cars to autonomous ride-sharing. What are these companies’ strategies for dealing with climate change in times of change, and what can others learn from this experience?

Session Speakers


Alexander Keros

Alexander Keros

Manager, Vehicle and Advanced Technology Policy
General Motors

Laurie Counsel

Laurie Counsel

Environmental Strategy & Compliance
Cummins

Marshall Chase

Marshall Chase

Associate Director
BSR
(Moderator)


In June, the U.S. administration announced its intention to withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change, which envisions a resilient world with warming held well below 2°C. Yet U.S. states, cities, and businesses are setting and implementing their own science-based emission reduction targets, and leading through collaboration and supply chain engagement to build a resilient, low-carbon economy following the Paris vision. Their climate action will have an opportunity to shine at the 2018 Global Climate Action Summit hosted by California Governor Brown. What about you? Are you still in?

Session Speakers


Matthew Rodriquez

Matthew Rodriquez

Secretary, Environmental Protection
California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA)

Maxfield Weiss

Maxfield Weiss

Global Social and Environmental Responsibility Manager
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Ted Bardacke

Ted Bardacke

Director of Infrastructure
Mayor's Office, City of Los Angeles

David Wei

David Wei

Director, Climate
BSR
(Moderator)


There is a wide range of research that shows brands can capture consumers’ hearts and minds in an incredibly powerful way. It’s also through brands that businesses can connect with their consumers around what they care about in their daily lives as well as drive brand loyalty or behaviors like healthy eating or recycling. But companies still struggling to fully integrate corporate sustainability into product development and marketing strategies are asking: What are some of the approaches and tools we can use? What lessons can we learn from other consumer companies? Join this session to get a first-hand look at BSR’s framework for integrating brands and sustainability and learn the do’s and don’ts of this rapidly emerging territory.

Session Speakers


Catherine Gunsbury

Catherine Gunsbury

Director, Sustainability and Transparency
General Mills

Heather Rubin

Heather Rubin

Director, Corporate Citizenship
The Walt Disney Company

Robert Nuttall

Robert Nuttall

Partner
Fortitude Partners

Elisa Niemtzow

Elisa Niemtzow

Managing Director, Consumer Sectors
BSR
(Moderator)


Women’s empowerment is widely recognized as a critical pillar of sustainable global development, and evidence is mounting that investing in women can also improve business performance. In this session, we will outline how companies can credibly commit to the gender equality agenda, assess their current performance against the Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs), and build a robust women’s empowerment strategy. Participants will leave this session knowing how to identify how their company can leverage its full value chain, peers, and strategic partners to make the greatest contribution to women’s progress.

Session Speakers


Angela E. Guy

Angela E. Guy

Senior Vice President, Diversity & Inclusion
L'Oreal USA

Molly Gavin

Molly Gavin

Vice President, Government Affairs and Sustainability
Qualcomm

Lauren Shields

Lauren Shields

Manager
BSR
(Moderator)


Violence against women is one of the world’s greatest social, economic, and public health problems, pervading the home, workplace, and community. Working to stop it is not only the right thing to do from a human and labor rights perspective—it is also the smart thing to do for workplace efficiency and profitability. This session will take an in-depth look at how businesses have responded to this complex challenge through preventive and remedial measures. Participants will also gain a greater understanding of what multistakeholder collaboration can do to move the needle on ending gender-based violence.

Session Speakers


Aleix Gonzalez Busquets

Aleix Gonzalez Busquets

Global Head of External Stakeholder Engagement, Global Sustainability
C&A

Rachel Sylvan

Rachel Sylvan

Director, Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility
Sodexo

Shaun Mickus

Shaun Mickus

Global Director, Social Business Practices, Global Community Impact
Johnson & Johnson

Peder Michael Pruzan-Jorgensen

Peder Michael Pruzan-Jorgensen

Senior Vice President
BSR
(Moderator)


Boards should be regularly engaged in a company’s sustainability strategy and performance, but in practice, this can be challenging. This session will look into key dilemmas and questions, such as how to decide which sustainability issues are material enough to justify boardroom attention, how to integrate sustainability issues into the work of board committees, and how to ensure board members have the right expertise to evaluate important non-financial topics like climate change, human rights, and diversity. Participants will hear multiple perspectives on how to increase board engagement with your sustainability strategy.

Session Speakers


Elizabeth Seeger

Elizabeth Seeger

Director, Public Affairs
KKR

Geraldine (Penny) McIntyre

Geraldine (Penny) McIntyre

Chair of CSR Committee
PVH Corp.

Tanuja Dehne

Tanuja Dehne

Senior Advisor for Net-Zero by 2050
The B Team

Laura Gitman

Laura Gitman

Senior Vice President
BSR
(Moderator)


Supply chains are digitizing, and the pace is accelerating. Companies are increasingly using new technologies to make their supply chains more efficient and cost effective, to cut out inventory and lead times, and to respond directly to consumer demands. But what about sustainability? In this session, we’ll explore the tech trends shaping supply chains and discuss how to ensure that sustainability doesn’t get left behind, along with what priorities and topics these technologies are best suited to impact and where there is a need for innovation. Participants will glean insights on opportunities to digitize sustainability information, how to use machine learning to gain more visibility into supply chains, and how to work with supply chain architects to incorporate sustainability into design, along with the internet of things and automation.

Session Speakers


Azita Saleki-Gerhardt

Azita Saleki-Gerhardt

Senior Vice President and President, Operations
AbbVie

Daniel Fibiger

Daniel Fibiger

Director, Global Sustainability
Gap Inc.

Pierre-François Thaler

Pierre-François Thaler

Co-CEO
Ecovadis

Tara Norton

Tara Norton

Managing Director
BSR
(Moderator)


Rapid developments in artificial intelligence, big data analytics, blockchain, and the internet of things have the potential—and have already started—to have significant impact, both positive and negative, on human rights. The international human rights regime was designed for a very different world, and the speed, complexity, and extensive reach of these disruptive technologies present new challenges for companies wanting to meet their responsibility to respect human rights. Participants in this lively discussion will explore how to integrate human rights into the development and design of new technologies and whether new “human rights by design” approaches should be deployed.

Session Speakers


Cynthia Wong

Cynthia Wong

Senior Internet Researcher
Human Rights Watch

Nicole Karlebach

Nicole Karlebach

Global Head, Business and Human Rights
Oath

Steve Crown

Steve Crown

Vice President and Deputy General Counsel
Microsoft

Dunstan Allison Hope

Dunstan Allison Hope

Managing Director
BSR
(Moderator)


Human trafficking and modern day slavery have become central issues on the business radar in recent years, not least with recent legislation in the U.K. and United States on the subject. These issues affect more than 100 million people each year and undermine human rights ranging from bodily security to freedom of movement and livelihood. Companies have a key role to play in tackling human trafficking, including a responsibility to ensure trafficking and slave-like conditions don’t exist within their own operations or supply chain. Participants in this important conversation will gain insight into the growing legal requirements around human trafficking; best practice in identifying, managing and remediating risk across operations; and examples of industrywide efforts to tackle root causes.

Session Speakers


Dan Viederman

Dan Viederman

Managing Director
Humanity United

Eric Anderson

Eric Anderson

Senior Consultant, Group Corporate Affairs
BT

Heidi Koester Oliveira

Heidi Koester Oliveira

Senior Manager, Global Human Rights
Mars

Peter Nestor

Peter Nestor

Associate Director
BSR
(Moderator)


This session will explore why and how companies are incorporating inclusivity into the product design process to improve access and usability for underserved consumers, such as people living with disabilities and low-income customers in emerging markets. During this interactive dialogue, session participants will glean tactics on making the case internally for integrating inclusive design into core business practices and hear about lessons learned from industry practitioners who have successfully developed and launched inclusive design initiatives at their companies.

Session Speakers


John Herzog

John Herzog

Accessibility Solutions Engineer
AT&T

Rajesh Bilimoria

Rajesh Bilimoria

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Stern School of Business, New York University

Byron Austin

Byron Austin

Manager
BSR
(Moderator)


In the face of an estimated US$2.5 trillion annual funding gap to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, the UN and a broad range of public- and private-sector actors are pursuing innovative financing solutions to social and environmental challenges. What are some of the innovative financing strategies that companies are employing to increase social impact and business value? This discussion will showcase examples to give participants the knowledge to deliver impact.

Session Speakers


Jami Taylor

Jami Taylor

Senior Director, Global Public Health Systems Policy and Partnerships
Johnson & Johnson

Rebecca Burns

Rebecca Burns

Vice President, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Bank of America

Dorje Mundle

Dorje Mundle

Director, Healthcare
BSR
(Moderator)


Building sustainability considerations into enterprise risk management frameworks can help integrate sustainability into core business strategy and operations, but traditional risk approaches are often poorly equipped to deal with the longer term and more indirect challenges presented by issues such as climate change, human rights, and inclusive business. They can also give the impression that sustainability is only about reducing harm and not driving positive change. This conversation will explore key debates around the best way to integrate, understand, and measure the core environmental, social, and governance issues facing companies today. Participants will leave knowing how companies can better understand and incorporate their sustainability efforts and what the role of risk management looks like.

Session Speakers


Ash Hegland

Ash Hegland

Advisor, Sustainability
Swire Properties

Janina Gawler

Janina Gawler

Vice President, Americas, Communities and Social Performance
Rio Tinto

Matthew Swibel

Matthew Swibel

Director, Enterprise Risk and Sustainability
Lockheed Martin

Rona Starr

Rona Starr

Executive Director
Association of Professional Social Compliance Auditors

Alison Taylor

Alison Taylor

Director, Sustainability Management
BSR
(Moderator)


BSR has been unpacking the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) since its 2014 Conference: from contributing to shaping the goals, to providing insights after their launch, to taking stock of achievements on the one-year anniversary of their arrival. This year, this impactful discourse will go one step further and take a deeper look into how to avoid “SDG-washing” by demonstrating positive societal benefits. Participants will hear how and why investors are focusing on the goals, learn best practices for monitoring and evaluation, and walk away with insights from companies setting their business targets to align with the SDGs.

Session Speakers


Kelly Hampton

Kelly Hampton

Vice President, Corporate Marketing and Global Citizenship
Flex

Shira Kilcoyne

Shira Kilcoyne

Director, Government Affairs, Emerging Markets and Asia-Pacific
GSK

Cecile Oger

Cecile Oger

Associate Director
BSR
(Moderator)


The Paris Agreement set the world in motion for net-zero emissions by 2050 and its 188 climate plans all include this ground-breaking milestone. The emissions curve is already starting to bend, with global emissions holding steady over the past three years, even as economic growth increases—the challenge now is to accelerate this transition, which will require deep transformations. For the private sector, achieving net-zero emissions will challenge current modes of production, manufacturing, consumption, product design, and financing tools. Participants will leave this session with a better understanding of the risks they will face and opportunities to find innovative ways to be a leader in a low-carbon economy.

Session Speakers


Björn Hannappel

Björn Hannappel

Head of Responsibility Strategy and Standards
Deutsche Post DHL Group

Brandon Owens

Brandon Owens

Director, Environmental Strategy and Analytics
GE

Emilie Prattico

Emilie Prattico

Manager
BSR
(Moderator)


Blockchain technology offers a powerful, exciting digital tool to fix sustainability problems in myriad fields such as supply chain traceability, migrant labor, and financial inclusion. At the same time, successful implementation of blockchain innovations will require companies and stakeholders to discover solutions to overcome some of the oldest barriers to advancing sustainability—collaboration, governance, standards-setting, and funding models, among others. In this interactive session, participants will learn about the potential for blockchain to transform sustainability, conduct mini-workshops to apply what they learn, and explore how technologists and sustainability leaders can collaborate to bring these solutions to life.

Session Speakers


Dakota Gruener

Dakota Gruener

Executive Director
ID2020

Jeff Cohen

Jeff Cohen

Senior Vice President
Xpansiv Data Systems

David Korngold

David Korngold

Associate Director
BSR
(Moderator)


With seismic shifts occurring in American, European, and other global politics in varying ways, companies are trying to navigate how to engage with policy in order to lead on sustainability issues at a time of profound change. From public opposition to government policies, both in the media and in courts, to quieter efforts in influence and collaboration, there seems to be a multitude of options, but no clear roadmap. This timely discourse will provide guidance for participants to help them make decisions about where and how they can engage in the policy arena, both as individual companies and in collaboration with partners, to raise the voice of business on the crucial sustainability challenges of our time.

Session Speakers


Althea Erickson

Althea Erickson

Head of Global Advocacy and Policy
Etsy

Anne L. Kelly

Anne L. Kelly

Senior Director, Policy and BICEP Network
Ceres

Bruno Sarda

Bruno Sarda

Vice President, Sustainability
NRG Energy

Eric Olson

Eric Olson

Senior Vice President
BSR
(Moderator)


Agriculture accounts for more than 15 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions and is one of the sectors that will be most profoundly altered by climate change. Some companies are setting significant goals and engaging their supply chains to help mitigate impacts, transition to resiliency, and drive climate-smart agriculture, and there’s a wave of innovation happening to minimize the impact of food production and rethink agriculture overall. This conversation will “dig in” to company approaches to row crops and livestock and offer opportunities to scale impacts.

Session Speakers


Christine Daugherty

Christine Daugherty

Vice President, Global Agronomy Solutions
PepsiCo

Keith Kenny

Keith Kenny

Global Vice President, Sustainability
McDonald's

Kenneth Zuckerberg

Kenneth Zuckerberg

Executive Director, Senior Analyst – Farm Inputs & Digital Agriculture
Rabobank

Jorgette Mariñez

Jorgette Mariñez

Associate Director, Consumer Sectors
BSR
(Moderator)


Good health is a source of competitive advantage and a catalyst for innovation. Companies are increasingly viewing employee and community health and well-being as a strategic priority, and they are developing cross-sector partnerships to achieve health goals. In this dynamic discussion, participants will learn from leading companies how to make the business case for investing in employee and community health and what actions to take to benefit populations. Participants will also leave knowing the metrics that are most relevant and important to their programs.

Session Speakers


Daniella Foster

Daniella Foster

Senior Director, Global Corporate Responsibility
Hilton

Marlene Kosinski

Marlene Kosinski

Associate Director
Genentech

Victoria Kumpuris Brown

Victoria Kumpuris Brown

Senior Program Officer
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Dorje Mundle

Dorje Mundle

Director, Healthcare
BSR
(Moderator)


From decreased cocoa production in West Africa, to reduced cotton production from drought in South Asia, to concerns over coffee yields from fluctuating weather patterns globally, key agricultural commodities are under stress due to climate change. Many companies understand how commodity supply availability impacts their ability to create products. However, many fail to realize how climate resilience can help mitigate risks, help maintain business success, and positively impact local communities. This discussion will take an in-depth look at how leading brands are implementing climate resilience strategies into their key-commodity supply chains.

Session Speakers


Ben R. Jordan

Ben R. Jordan

Director of Supplier Sustainability
The Coca Cola Company

Kelly Goodejohn

Kelly Goodejohn

Director, Social Impact and Public Policy
Starbucks

Eileen Gallagher

Eileen Gallagher

Manager
BSR
(Moderator)


Companies have a responsibility to protect the most vulnerable workers in their supply chains: migrants. Migrant workers are the most susceptible to poor working conditions and to exploitative and forced labor, among other infringements on human rights. The challenge of protecting their rights is compounded by the differing nature of migration across regions, from the internal migrants of Asia to the refugees and displaced persons of the Middle East. Companies must grapple with the issue at all levels of employment. This informative session will help participants tackle challenges to responsible practices around recruitment, good housing conditions, protection from violence and local backlash, education, and other timely matters.

Session Speakers


Bob Mitchell

Bob Mitchell

Vice President, Social and Environmental Responsibility
Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition

Emre Eren Korkmaz

Emre Eren Korkmaz

Newton International Fellow and St Edmund Hall Junior Research Fellow
International Migration Institute, University of Oxford

Henriette McCool

Henriette McCool

Senior CSR Officer
QDVC

Salah Husseini

Salah Husseini

Manager
BSR
(Moderator)


Climate change impacts, disruptive new business models, the combinatorial technology explosion, and a fraying social contract are just some of the changes profoundly reshaping the landscape for business and sustainability. In the face of such rapid and complex change, futures thinking offers a powerful tool to challenge current assumptions and create more resilient strategies. This highly interactive futures session will have participants explore the implications of some of the most disruptive trends while imagining how companies might turn sustainability challenges into business opportunities.

Session Speakers


Jessica Rosen

Jessica Rosen

Associate Manager, Sustainability
Taco Bell

Laura Hawkesford

Laura Hawkesford

Ethical Trading Manager
Marks & Spencer

Jacob Park

Jacob Park

Director, Sustainable Futures Lab
BSR
(Moderator)


The GRI Guidelines are now Standards. The SASB Provisional Standards are on their way to being Codified. The EU Non-Financial Reporting Directive is being implemented. The Task Force on Climate Related Financial Disclosures has provided recommendations for how climate-related financial information should be included in mainstream financial filings. These developments raise the stakes when it comes to the quality and robustness of sustainability disclosures, and the importance of rigorous reporting processes. Is the sustainability profession up to the job? Participants in this conversation will learn what they can do to ensure that sustainability disclosures achieve the same level of accuracy, reliability, and quality as financial disclosures.

Session Speakers


Bastian Buck

Bastian Buck

Director Standards
GRI

Katie Schmitz Eulitt

Katie Schmitz Eulitt

Strategic Advisor
SASB

Verity Chegar

Verity Chegar

Vice President, ESG Strategist
BlackRock

Dunstan Allison Hope

Dunstan Allison Hope

Managing Director
BSR
(Moderator)


The nature of work is changing very rapidly. Old models of lifelong employment via business and a predictable safety net provided by government are no longer assured in a new demographic, economic, and political environment. We see these trends most clearly in the rise of the “gig economy,” in which contingent workers (freelancers, independent contractors, consultants, or other outsourced and non-permanent workers) are hired on a temporary or part-time basis. These workers make up more than 90 percent of new job creation in European countries, and by 2020, it is estimated that more than 40 percent of the U.S. workforce will be in contingent jobs. This candid discussion will explore how business is responding to these changes, looking to balance the benefits of more flexible working arrangements with certainty and protections for workers in this new world of work.

Session Speakers


Libby Reder

Libby Reder

Fellow
Aspen Institute Future of Work Initiative

Peter Leyden

Peter Leyden

Founder
Reinvent

Aron Cramer

Aron Cramer

President and CEO
BSR
(Moderator)


Business integrator, impact officer, or futurist? The role of the Chief Sustainability Officer can vary enormously, not least during a time of great change. More and more, CSOs are being asked to work across regions and functions to drive fundamental change in corporate strategy, value creation, and organizational culture. The CSO also has the potential to be a source of generating innovation that creates revenue and business opportunities. What skills and qualifications does the CSO of the future need? Is the ultimate goal of the CSO to work herself out of a job, or will there always be a need for the distinct form of leadership? This panel will explore the changing job description for the CSO and the many ways the CSO can drive transformational change that delivers business value and social impact.

Session Speakers


Laura Bishop

Laura Bishop

Chief Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Officer
Best Buy

Noel Morrin

Noel Morrin

Executive Vice President, Sustainability
Stora Enso Oyj

Tam Nguyen

Tam Nguyen

Global Head of Sustainability
Bechtel

Alison Taylor

Alison Taylor

Director, Sustainability Management
BSR
(Moderator)


Will the global sustainability agenda survive in a “post-fact” world, where popular sentiment belies factual evidence of growing inequality and climate change? At a time when public trust in business, government, and the media lies at an all-time low, companies must find new ways to communicate about their most critical sustainability challenges. Participants in this candid dialogue will discover solutions to that challenge and will uncover the risks and opportunities for companies who are prepared to make the move toward transparency.

Session Speakers


Caroline Skipsey

Caroline Skipsey

Senior Client Strategist
Polecat

Juliet Barbara

Juliet Barbara

Communications Director
Wikimedia Foundation

Sara Enright

Sara Enright

Manager
BSR
(Moderator)


Artificial Intelligence (AI) is going to fundamentally change the way we work and live as algorithms begin to make more fundamental decisions for us. Like many new technologies, AI is the source of tremendous opportunities to support the public good, but also brings risks and new challenges. How do we build ethical, moral, and human values into the future of AI? What governance mechanisms must be in place to minimize AI’s potential harm and maximize its benefits? This intriguing discussion will explore how companies can incorporate ethics, inclusion, and transparency to protect against perpetuating biases or circumventing ethics in financial transactions, law enforcement, monopolizing behavior, and more.

Session Speakers


Kelli Schlegel

Kelli Schlegel

Manager, Corporate Responsibility and Human Rights
Intel

Sandra Wachter

Sandra Wachter

Researcher in Data Ethics, University of Oxford
Turing Research Fellow, The Alan Turing Institute

Vivek Krishnamurthy

Vivek Krishnamurthy

Clinical Attorney
Cyberlaw Clinic, Harvard Law School

Michael Rohwer

Michael Rohwer

Associate Director, Information and Communications Technology
BSR
(Moderator)


Companies need to be agile to stay competitive in today’s fast-changing world. Whether adopting automation, shifting to clean energy, or managing their global footprint, companies frequently have to make substantial adjustments to the size, skills, and geographic location of their workforce. Yet these transitions frequently come at a high cost to workers and to small communities who are left behind, as they struggle to find a secure economic future when their jobs disappear. Join this conversation to learn about how business can lead a just transition process in partnership with labor, local governments, and nonprofits that both helps build a more prosperous future for workers and communities affected by the change and bolsters the viability of businesses going forward.

Session Speakers


Alyson Wise

Alyson Wise

Associate Director
The Rockefeller Foundation

Julie Gehrki

Julie Gehrki

Vice President, Programs
Walmart Foundation

Susan Winterberg

Susan Winterberg

Associate Director, Inclusive Economy
BSR
(Moderator)


For the past half-century, the approach to transportation infrastructure—rail, road, air, and sea—has remained essentially the same. However, the convergence of technological innovation and an increase in needed infrastructure investment have created a unique opportunity to think differently. Our traditional road, rail, and airline systems could be replaced with something straight out of a science fiction movie. This cutting-edge conversation will explore how alternative high speed rail, driverless cars, the commercialization of space travel, drone delivery of packages, and other innovations could fundamentally change transportation and logistics as we know it, and the resulting sustainability impacts and benefits that could come with the systemic shift.

Session Speakers


Robert Miller

Robert Miller

Chief Marketing Officer
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies

John Hodges

John Hodges

Managing Director
BSR
(Moderator)


The sustainability community has made tremendous progress over the past 25 years. But in many ways, it has also done itself a disservice. Business leaders lament the competing standards and frameworks, the goals of collecting data rather than creating impact, and the focus on perfection rather than performance improvement. As we look to build business leadership and drive greater change over the next 25 years and beyond, this interactive and introspective session will help participants examine the mistakes made and learn how the sustainability community can work together to support even more substantial progress moving forward.

Session Speakers


Dax Lovegrove

Dax Lovegrove

Global Vice President, Sustainability
Swarovski

Janice Lao

Janice Lao

Director, Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability
The Hong Kong and Shanghai Hotels Limited

Laura Gitman

Laura Gitman

Senior Vice President
BSR
(Moderator)


There is tremendous focus today on sustainable and impact investing and on the firms developing the analytics and making the investment decisions. But the real drivers behind the move toward more sustainable investing are the “asset owners”—those who actually own the money. Pension funds, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds, and endowments are the owners of the vast majority of the world’s money. Therefore, these groups have become the hidden sustainability leaders. Participants in this session will get a deeper look into the quiet role these asset owners play, and how they can drive the sustainability agenda.

Session Speakers


Celine Suarez

Celine Suarez

Executive Director, Global Sustainable Finance
Morgan Stanley

Jackie Roberts

Jackie Roberts

Chief Sustainability Officer
The Carlyle Group

Karlyn Adams

Karlyn Adams

Associate Director
BSR
(Moderator)


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