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Sustainable Business Practices Presentation

“A survey of more than 1,300 business professionals found that 85% see environmental and sustainability knowledge as valuable, particularly in new hires, while 78% said that knowledge would rise in importance over the next five years…” GreenBiz.com, February 2010

Faculty, Students, the Public-at-Large:  Please join us to find out about the Sustainable Business Practices program and…

  • People—Planet—and Profits — creating a better balance between social, environmental and economic factors for short- and long-term performance
  • Energy and resource efficiencies are critical to decrease the environmental impact of organizations while at the same time improve financial health
  • Conserving, recovering and managing resources ensure that companies have long term access to potentially finite assets

WHEN: Wednesday, June 30, 2010, 12pm-1pm (Light snacks and refreshments will be served)

WHERE: N201, the N-building

WHO CAN ATTEND? Anyone!  Students, faculty, the public-at-large

This Green IT presentation is free and sponsored by the State’s Center of Excellence for Information and Computing Technology

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