First, my overall impression is that it’s time for WSBC to build on the first decade of the strong foundation it has established, especially in the development and movement toward achieving a set of transformational sustainability goals. This seems especially the case related to climate change, since at least the state reduction rate of energy-related GHG emissions over the past decade (mostly due to coal-to-gas power generation changes) appears to be less than half of the total GHG emissions reduction rate necessary for approaching the 2050 80% UN reduction goal. My sense is that Wisconsin businesses need to increase their energy efficiency and renewable energy efforts by at least a factor of 2 as soon as possible, and that they need to track their results to regularly assess whether and how much more is necessary in order to reach the UN target. Of course, other transformational goals, related to water, waste, and both human and ecosystem health, as well as socio-economic sustainability targets also need to be considered, set, and strategically implemented and evaluated. I see that a number of global businesses are beginning to address the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals, so it would be great if WSBC businesses (and others throughout the state) could join that effort.