Spring Greening — From Innovation to Regulation: Sustainability in Business

20 March 2008 Web Conference Past Event

Location

Web Conference

Contact Information

Jennifer Tank
jtank@foley.com

Agenda

9:30 a.m. Pacific
11:30 a.m. Central
12:30 p.m. Eastern

A widespread increase in environmental awareness, coupled with concerns about climate change and energy security, has made sustainability one of the hottest trends of the decade. Many companies voluntarily have made a significant shift toward sustainable business practices, whether in response to shareholders’ demands for an internal commitment to environmental stewardship or to improve business efficiency through eco-friendly technology, purchasing decisions, building management practices, and waste reduction. Today's sustainability best practices will make increasing economic sense and, in some instances, may become government mandate. 

Foley hosted Spring Greening — From Innovation to Regulation: Sustainability in Business, where the following was discussed:

  • Low impact infill/brownfield development
  • Green building
  • The creation of property rights in carbon trading
  • Emerging trends in e-waste disposal and waste reduction

The Environmental Law Update Web Conference Series provides participants with needed information in the most efficient manner possible — only a telephone line and Internet access are required to participate. Environmental leaders can stay up-to-date with timely information from anywhere in the nation.

For more information, please contact Jennifer Tank at jtank@foley.com or 414.297.5432.

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Spring Greening — From Innovation to Regulation: Sustainability in Business

Location

Web Conference

Contact Information

Jennifer Tank
jtank@foley.com

Agenda

9:30 a.m. Pacific
11:30 a.m. Central
12:30 p.m. Eastern