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Event:
Fortune Brainstorm Green
Start:
May 19, 2014
End:
May 21, 2014
Organizer:
Fortune Magazine
Venue:
Ritz Carlton, Laguna Niguel
Address:
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1 Ritz Carlton Dr, Southern California, CA 92629 United States
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You’ve changed the light bulbs, installed solar on the roof, and improved the efficiency of your factories and data centers. Now what? At Fortune Brainstorm GREEN: Sustainable Solutions, we will bring together the smartest people we know—CEOs and senior executives, investors, policy makers, environmentalists, and thought leaders—and challenge one another to take the corporate sustainability movement to the next level. In two action-packed days, we will showcase the people, companies, ideas, and strategies that go beyond incrementalism and bring about the transformational change the world needs.

We’ll tackle tough questions: How can companies grow revenues and profits while reducing their environmental impact? Can wasteful consumerism be tamed? Will business lead a movement in Washington to fix today’s energy and environmental policies—which manage to be both ineffective and inefficient? If business is to help solve the world’s biggest environmental problems, and do so profitably, corporate executives, environmentalists, and politicians will need to innovate and collaborate, think big and act boldly.

As the premier conference on business, sustainability, and green investing, Brainstorm GREEN delivers fresh thinking, actionable solutions, and unparalleled opportunities to build top-level relationships. Join us in Laguna Niguel, California onMay 19-21, 2014Click here to register.

Click Here to watch select sessions from Fortune Brainstorm GREEN 2013 on YouTube.

Click Here to read “10 Questions” with members of the  Brainstorm GREEN community on Fortune.com

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Pictured at Fortune Brainstorm GREEN 2013, clockwise from top left: GM CEO Dan Akerson; Inventor Dean Kamen with will.i.am, author and designer Bill McDonough, and Coca-Cola Chief Sustainability Officer Bea Perez;  NRG Energy CEO David Crane with Manifest Energy Founder Andy Karsner; General Mills CEO Ken Powell; Harrison Ford with Kering Director Jochen Zeitz; and Sam’s Club CEO Rosalind Brewer.