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The Engaged Consumer: Business Challenge & Responsibility

2010, Number 4 NET NOTES from the Women’s Network for a Sustainable Future (WNSF) CONTENTS I. Network Presentation II. Presenters III. Key Findings IV. Presentation I. NETWORK PRESENTATION This luncheon panel focused on how companies engage consumers. Astute companies–B to … Continue reading

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Innovation, Collaboration, Education, Re-evaluation: How clean tech ‘gets’ sustainability

If we want a cleaner, greener, more socially inclusive and economically stable future both in the US and internationally, then we need to innovate, collaborate, educate and re-evaluate our values–as never before. That was the short answer. The longer, more complex question, … Continue reading

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Innovation, Collaboration, Education, Re-evaluation: How clean tech ‘gets’ sustainability

If we want a cleaner, greener, more socially inclusive and economically stable future both in the US and internationally, then we need to innovate, collaborate, educate and re-evaluate our values–as never before. That was the short answer. The longer, more complex question, … Continue reading

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Second Annual West Coast Businesswomen’s Sustainability Leadership Summit

Sustainability: We get it… now what? “The Clean Tech Scenario” Date:November 12, 2010 Time:10am to 4pm (Registration at 9:30, Lunch at noon, Reception at 3pm) Location: IBM Research-Almaden 650 Harry Road San Jose, California, 95120-6099 Join 200 women leaders from … Continue reading

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Tell us! Clean Tech Advantage: Women, Opportunity

What’s next? That was the buzz the other day at WNSF’s 7th Annual New York-based Businesswomen’s Sustainability Leadership Summit: “Sustainability: We get it… now what?”. Animated discussions among women executives ranged from sustainability challenges along the supply and value chains, to … Continue reading

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WNSF Seventh Annual Sustainability Leadership Summit in New York (October 5th)

Sustainability: We get it… now what? Date:October 5, 2010 Time:12 noon to 6pm (Registration at 11:30, Lunch at noon, Reception at 5pm) Location: The Institute of International Education 809 United Nations Plaza between 45 and 46 Streets on First Avenue … Continue reading

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The Business of Climate Change Part II: Incentives and Solutions

The Business of Climate Change Part II: Incentives and Solutions 2010, Number 3 NET NOTES from the Women’s Network for a Sustainable Future (WNSF) Contents: I.News WNSF hosted its first event in Seattle on June 29, 2010 Intel hosts WNSF … Continue reading

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Human Capital for a Sustainable Economy

Contents: I. News WNSF’s welcomes new Board members Helle Jorgensen and Louise Raymond WNSF Executive Director and Co-Founder Ann Goodman wins Public Service Award WNSF welcomes new associate through its internship program WNSF Program Administrator Lana Zaman is judge of … Continue reading

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The Business of Climate Change: Post-Copenhagen Opportunities

Contents: I. Presentation II. Key Findings III. Presenters IV. Questions for the Panel V. Next Events VI. News VII. WNSF Concept I. PRESENTATION “The Business of Climate Change: Post-Copenhagen Opportunities” The luncheon panel looked at the opportunities and risks facing … Continue reading

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Sixth Annual Businesswomen’s Sustainability Leadership Summit

New Dynamics of Sustainability Leadership: Changing Roles, Fresh Opportunities At The Institute for International Education, United Nations Plaza Thank you to our sponsors: The Coca-Cola Company, DuPont, McGraw-Hill Companies, Pfizer, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Siemens Thank you also to Alexandra Marchosky and Framework: … Continue reading

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