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Tomorrow's Triple Bottom Line, Environmental Entrepreneurship - CGI U 2012 Working Session

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Published on Apr 19, 2012

As major corporations and local businesses alike continue to slow or freeze hiring, students have to be increasingly creative about their future career paths. However, many industries related to environmental sustainability still have much room for growth, including the clean technology, waste management, and product design sectors. The ecological challenges ahead call for a new generation of entrepreneurs to innovate, create, and implement ideas that incorporate environmental stewardship as a necessary and fully valued "bottom line." This panel will highlight innovative sustainable business projects at different stages of progress and from different sectors of the economy. The discussion will illustrate how students can utilize their university networks to promote their ideas, implement projects, and scale-up unique business models in order to build a more sustainable workforce and economy.

Moderator:
Liz Maw, Executive Director, Net Impact


Participants:
Anita Ahuja, Co-founder, Conserve India
Samuel Cochran, Co-founder, Sustainably Minded Interactive Technology, LLC
Roxanne Quimby, Co-founder, Burt's Bees

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