Sustainability and Health Initiative for NetPositive Enterprise (SHINE)

We cannot solve the greatest challenges to health by working in isolation. That is why our Sustainability and Health Initiative for NetPositive Enterprise (SHINE) helps corporations across all sectors measure and accelerate the ways in which they help the world become a healthier, more sustainable place. We set a bold vision for companies to factor their impact on our health into all business decisions, and act in ways that will protect human health and the environment.

SHINE connects business leadership with pioneering research to advance NetPositive sustainability and employee well-being in business. We combine academic research with powerful tools to guide corporate responsibility, sustainability, and health and well-being practices across the globe. 

Become a SHINE Member

The Sustainability and Health Initiative for NetPositive Enterprise (SHINE) is the leading network connecting business leadership with pioneering research to advance sustainability and well-being.

SHINE creates a research agenda and works with companies to define and develop the evidence for scalable solutions to healthy and sustainable change for business.

We translate our research into powerful tools and methods that can guide and unite an organization's corporate responsibility, sustainability and well-being practices so that companies can thrive in the ever changing economic, environmental and social landscape.

For more information, contact:  Courtney Leimanis, Engagement Manager leimanis@hsph.harvard.edu

  • Opportunities to collaborate with Center leadership and other affiliates to develop research, education, and outreach initiatives in line with business mission and areas of interest

  • Networking with Harvard faculty, Advisory Board and Corporate Council members

  • Opportunities to participate in innovative health and sustainability working groups

  • Access to the latest scientific public health and corporate sustainability research from leading Harvard University experts 

  • Exclusive educational opportunities, including webinars and presentations, led by SHINE and Center faculty, for business leaders and for employees

  • Recognition of membership in the Center’s publications and on our website

  • Invitations to special Center for Health and the Global Environment events

  • Free invitations to the annual SHINE Summit in June

For more information, contact:  Courtney Leimanis, Engagement Manager leimanis@hsph.harvard.edu

By bringing together stakeholders from across corporate divisions and industries, we present an extraordinary opportunity to learn from a diverse pool of thought leaders and innovators. Together, we carry the great potential to advance ideas and practices that can benefit people around the globe.

Companies that are part of the SHINE Community:

  • Abbott
  • Allegacy
  • Arizona State University
  • Dell
  • Eaton
  • EYP Architecture & Engineering
  • International Aluminum Institute
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Kohler
  • Levi Strauss & Co.
  • Net Positive Project
  • Owens Corning
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Target
  • The Organic Center

For more information, contact:  Courtney Leimanis, Engagement Manager leimanis@hsph.harvard.edu

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SHINE's Commitment to Well-being in Sustainability

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Worker Health and Well-being in the Supply Chain

Clothing Factory

We translate complex, rigorous science into tools that guide companies to better protect human health throughout their entire supply chain. To this end, Levi Strauss Foundation and Levi Strauss & Co. asked our Sustainability and Health Initiative for NetPositive Enterprise (SHINE) to develop core metrics to measure, motivate, and manifest worker well-being in their supply chain operations.... Read more about Worker Health and Well-being in the Supply Chain

Flight Attendant Health Study

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We advance the way we understand how our health is connected to the environments in which we live and work. Flight Attendants are one of the most understudied occupations, yet our previous research discovered that they encounter exposures that can lead to health conditions such as chronic bronchitis, heart disease in women, skin cancer, hearing loss, and depression and anxiety. Our work aims to advance knowledge that will improve working conditions for flight attendants around the world.... Read more about Flight Attendant Health Study

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