Center for the Environment and Welfare was founded to help consumers, companies, and stakeholders navigate issues related to sustainability and animal welfare.

Corporations today face mounting pressure to implement responsible environmental, social, and governance (ESG) policies, from humane certification labels on animal products to net-zero carbon emissions.

But what is truly good policy, and what is window dressing?

Center for the Environment and Welfare evaluates the policies, proposals, and major players in the crowded sustainability and animal welfare space, using cutting-edge research and science to recommend best practices that actually make a difference.

Jack Hubbard, Executive Director

Executive director Jack Hubbard is a leader in the animal welfare and agriculture space, with over 15 years of experience providing advice and counsel to CEOs and senior executives on key industry issues.

Jack previously served as chief marketing officer and later chief operating officer at the country’s first national humane organization.

As executive director of  Center for the Environment and Welfare, Jack leverages his first-hand experience in the animal welfare space to navigate today’s complex issues and blow the whistle on bad actors and extremist groups.