If you are a leader in environmental management, sustainability, energy or waste management or EHS, you need to be in Denver.
OCAP16 will gather impact investors, social entrepreneurs, foundations, corporations, global nonprofits, and other valuable strangers.
This year’s EHS&S Forum is organized around four program tracks on “Reducing Risk, Spotlighting Value”, “Safety Leadership”, “Strategic Sustainability”, and “Strategic Resource Management”.
This event is intended for any professional at any company who is involved in the process of decreasing their company’s carbon footprint and is part of the effort to solve climate change.
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Sponsored by Savers
In this series, we’ll explore what innovation means when it comes to product engineering. Sometimes a great idea can take decades to turn into a reality, and that’s a good thing.
Sponsored by United Technologies,
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Sponsored by C&A Foundation
Through this series we'll discuss what it means to be a thought leader and examine the content that lives under this banner . We’ll look at thought leadership for individuals, teams and industries and cover behavior, strategy and communication
Sponsored by MGMThink
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Sponsored by PwC
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Please join us for another Stories & Beer Fireside Chat on Wednesday, Feb 19th at 6:30pm Pacific (9:30pm Eastern) at Impact HUB San Francisco – as well as online via web cam.
This month we’ll be focused on sustainability in the fashion and apparel industry. We’ll explore sustainability trends in fashion throughout the lifecycle: from the cotton fields all the way to the landfill. In the expansive scope of sustainability, how do brands decide where to focus and how to prioritize? How effective are their efforts for people and the planet?
TriplePundit’s Founder, Nick Aster, will chat with Paul Dillinger, Head of Global Product Innovation for Levi Strauss & Co and Eve Blossom, Founder of Lulan Artisans.
As always, this chat will be about an hour long and began with a brief interview. We’ll then open it up to audience members and also take questions via twitter from those of you watching online.
[PLEASE REGISTER HERE]
Free to HUB Members, otherwise $15
Special addition: We’ll be adding some fabulous food to the mix this month with grilled cheese sandwiches courtesy of Feel Good, committed to ending hunger, one grilled cheese at a time.
Schedule: 6:30 – 7:00 – beers, grilled cheese, and networking 7:00 – 8:00 – fireside chat and Q&A 8:00 – 8:30 – networking
About our guests
Paul Dillinger joined Levi Strauss & Co. as senior director of global design for Dockers brand in 2010. In this role, he has partnered with the company’s Social and Environmental Sustainability group to further develop methods for applied sustainability in both the supply chain and the design process for application across the entire enterprise.
Born in Tacoma, WA, Dillinger earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fashion Design from Washington University in 1994. After graduation he moved to Milan as the first Fulbright Scholar in fashion design, researching the influence of emerging luxury markets on high fashion design directions and commercialization. Concurrent with this research, he earned a Master of Fine Arts from the Domus Academy in 1995.
Trained as a designer/architect with an astute eye for design, Eve discovered a passion for the hand-woven textiles of Southeast Asia while spending two years restoring French villas in Vietnam. During her travels throughout the region, she met master weavers, learned their stories and was moved by their remarkable talents and spirit. Blossom seeks to empower these artisans through creating a viable economic engine that celebrates their spirit, talents and traditions – giving them a stable foundation for their future. Lulan Artisans integrates Blossom’s design sensibilities with her commitment to create social change.