Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Join the Bard Graduate Programs in Sustainability as we host a conversation with sustainable business pioneer Hunter Lovins. For more than three decades, Hunter Lovins has been a leading intellectual force behind the sustainability revolution in business. Hunter helped pioneer the idea that saving the planet need not conflict with profitability, and indeed, that profitable solutions were ultimately the only kind that could save the planet. Through her many books (including Natural Capitalism, Climate Capitalism, and most recently The Way Out: Kick-starting Capitalism to Save our Economic Ass), numerous successful start-ups, years of business consulting, and tireless public speaking, Hunter has been a driving force behind changing global dialog, and concrete business practice, in the direction of global sustainability.
In addition to engaging in an exciting conversation about sustainability, attendees will learn more about Bard's Graduate Programs in Sustainability which include the Center for Environmental Policy (CEP) and MBA in Sustainability. We also look forward to reuniting with the many Bard CEP alumni now working in Washington DC.
Following the conversation between Bard MBA and CEP Director Eban Goodstein and Hunter, there will be a discussion period open to questions from the audience.
Seating is limited. Click HERE to register.
Download: Lovins Sept 19.pdf
Time: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Location: UC Washington Center, Washington D.C.
Sponsored by: Bard Center for Environmental Policy; Bard MBA in Sustainability
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