18 Nov '11, 2pm

GoGreen Conference Focuses on Sustainability and Sustaining Profits: Held annually in a number of cities, the G...

GoGreen ‘11 kicked off in Portland, OR, on October 4th. It featured more than 50 speakers, including keynote speakers Hannah Jones and Lorie Wigle. Jones is Nike’s Vice President of Sustainable Business and Innovation, and Wigle is General Manager of Intel Corporation’s EcoTechnology organization. Portland’s Mayor, Sam Adams, also spoke at the event. In a number of panel discussions, the conference covered topics as diverse as environmentally friendly transportation, achieving zero waste , and financing sustainability initiatives. Attendees of previous conferences have said that the information they received has already improved the bottom line of their businesses.

Full article: http://ecopreneurist.com/2011/11/18/gogreen-conference-fo...

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