This webinar seeks to introduce participants to sustainable business in the United States and to share ways in which you can explore and implement green and responsible practices in your business, community, and consumer choices. This webinar will also touch upon business operations during the pandemic and what comes next. Furthermore, it seeks to contribute towards the 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that the private sector and individuals alike play a large role in implementing.
This webinar will deliver these outcomes through a panel of individuals representing inspiring organizations and businesses that promote a sustainable economy in the United States. While the focus of this webinar is on the United States, the target audience is global, as we all have something to learn from one another.
Through this, the webinar aims to help advance change through the sharing of best practices, to provide additional exposure for existing sustainable businesses/organizations, and to foster a healthy appreciation for the private sector as sustainable operators and guardians of the future.
- Professor Jay Friedlander, Founding Sharpe-McNally Chair of Green and Socially Responsible Business, College of the Atlantic
- Ali Manning, Program Consultant, Project Green Fork
- Harold Thomas, Associate Director, Watershed Management Group
- Scott Mills, Founder, Ironwood Mills
For more information, please consult the event Concept Note here.