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Cash for Trash Panel, Tues. March 27-$

 

Hi.  This group is putting together some good panels, focusing on sustainability initiatives within parts of the NYC business community. Their last panel on slow foods was great.  I'm volunteering with them, and encourage you to consider attending. - Dan

 

The Sustainable Business Committee of

the Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York invites you to 

MAKING GREEN FROM GREEN

Cash for Trash

 

TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 2012, 5:30PM


What if “waste” were a thing of the past? Companies are finding clever ways to convert their waste streams into resources. Upcycling waste to new products. Recycling garbage so it does not end up in landfills. Our panel will explore opportunities and challenges of getting cash for trash and tell us how doing good for the environment is also good business. It is a dirty tale, with a clean outcome.

REGISTER NOW:  http://www.cbsacny.org/article.html?aid=1128

 

MODERATOR

·         Colin Beavan, PhD, Executive Director, No Impact Project; international spokesperson on the environment; and author of book and subject of film titled No Impact Man.


PANELISTS

  • Albe Zakes, Global VP, Media Relations, TerraCycle, Inc.
  • Ian Yolles, Chief Sustainability Officer, RecycleBank
  • Stay tuned for more

Exclusive Extras

  • Innovative companies: Playback Clothing, Build It Green! NYC, HipCycle, The 4th Bin, IceStone, NYCompost, and Wearable Collections
  • Executive coaches: valuable career advice from Bill Belknap and Ivy Slater
  • eWaste Recycling: bring your small surplus electronics to the event and The 4th Bin will collect and responsibly recycle your laptops, cell phones, PDA’s, printers, cartridges, pagers, digital cameras, cables, peripherals, household batteries, and MP3 players

Agenda, Tuesday, March 27, 2012

  • 5:30 - 6:00pm Doors Open and Early Networking
  • 6:00 - 7:30pm Program
  • 7:30 - 9:00pm Reception and Networking

PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP
300 Madison Avenue, PwC Auditorium

$25 for CBSACNY, MCC Members & Students; $40 for non-members; $60 at the door includes networking reception

MAKING GREEN FROM GREEN
Season 3 Certificate Program on Sustainable Business
Last chance to earn a Certificate!  Attend four out of six events through June 2012 to earn a Certificate.  Future topics are The Future of Green Marketing, Transportation, and Green and the 2012 Election.

For more information: www.cbsacny.org or [masked].

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Great panel discussion, interesting companies with tables during the reception, great networking.

    March 30, 2012

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  • Dan M.
    Assistant Organizer,
    Event Host
  • A former member

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