Growing evidence shows that successful programs to promote a sustainable environment and society require the collaboration of business, government, religion and non-government organizations working toward a common goal. That is the theme behind a two-day conference hosted by Seattle University’s Albers School of Business and Economics.
The two day conference will explore how cross-organizational projects promoting sustainability also support economic development, reach out to marginalized populations and engage the average person.
- Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels
- Brenda Metropolit, Director of Sustainability Initiatives for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics
- Auden Schendler, Aspen Skiing Co.
- Tom Crompton, World Wildlife Foundation-UK
- Kevin Wilhelm, Sustainable Business Consultant
When April 2 - 3, 2009 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Where Seattle University, Seattle, Washington
Cost $135 per person
To Register Visit www.SUsustainability.org or call (206) 296-5714
The conference is organized by the Albers Business Ethics Initiative and the Albers Entrepreneurship Center with Support from the Genevieve Albers Endowment. Sponsors include the Boeing Company, McKinstry, REI, Sustainable Industries Magazine and the International Society of Sustainability Professionals.