The Sustainable Enterprise Conference Program
Santa Rosa, California, March 8, 2012 - The Sustainable Enterprise Conference is a day-long learning and networking conference dedicated to helping North Bay businesses, academic, government and non-profit organizations transition to economic, environmental, and social sustainability.
The 2012 Conference program provides organizations and individuals with the latest information on how innovation and sustainability will drive the economy while preserving the resources needed for a prosperous future.
For 2012, confirmed speakers include Assembly member Jared Huffman, California Energy Commission, Deputy Director Panama Bartholomy, Sonoma County Supervisors Efren Carrillo and Mike McGuire, Dominican University of California Sustainable Programs Director Joey Shepp, and Presidio Graduate School Interim Dean of the Faculty Ed Quevedo. Our program includes workshops and panels throughout the day, including case studies, organizational tools, and best practices, presented by leaders who have benefited from sustainability strategies.
The 2012 program appeals to attendees interested in sustainable business management and economic opportunities in the North Bay.
- Workshops present tools that can help drive bottom-line results. Topics include North Bay Economic Opportunities, Top Sustainability Initiatives, Cap and Trade Opportunities, Green Business Certification, and more.
- Local leaders describe the latest state and local policies affecting sustainability.
- Institutions involved with social enterprise present the latest trends in social responsibility.