Sustainable Silicon Valley EcoCouncil Salon with Alan AtKisson

Exclusive Event for Sustaining Partners and Special Guests

Sustainable Silicon Valley is proud to invite you to attend
the founding EcoCouncil Salon with Alan AtKisson
for Senior Executives, Sustainability Officers, and Civic Leaders.

Mr. AtKisson will lead a conversation exploring:

*  What are the strategic opportunities for expanding markets and generating revenues as we
    build a new clean economy?

* What are the boundaries of co-operation and competition?

* Should there be an open source equivalent for clean technology and green business?

* What do you see as the biggest barriers and opportunites and what will it take to address them?

* What roles are leaders playing in transforming  their own companies and communities?

7 to 9 pm Tuesday, June 16th
Location: private residence in Silicon Valley (address upon rsvp)
Home is one of top 3 greenest homes in the Bay Area
(242 points on the Green Points Rating scale from Build-It-Green)

Wine and light buffet supper will be served.

Alan AtKisson is an internationally renowned consultant and author of The ISIS Agreement: How Sustainability Can Improve Organizational Performance and Transform the World (2008) and Believing Cassandra: An Optimist Looks at a Pessimist's World (2000). As a consultant, Alan works with large companies, business associations, governmental initiatives, cities, foundations, and global NGOs, helping them to find new and accelerated strategic pathways forward. He was a co-founder of Sustainable Seattle.

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The Sustainable Silicon Valley EcoCouncil is a new initiative, bringing together senior leaders from our Sustaining Partners in business, government and the civic sector to accelerate the transformation of our economy through robust innovation to achieve environmental sustainability and economic profitability.

Leading companies are pursuing sustainability at two levels:

1.    Growing Revenue by creating sustainable products and services to expand market opportunities.

2.    Reducing costs and increasing productivity by eliminating waste of resources, such as energy and water.

Benefits for Sustaining Partners:

  • Establish your company as a leader in sustainability – enhance your brand and position.
  • Special recognition at SSV events, in reports and on SSV's website.
  • Access to thought leaders and cutting edge strategies for sustainability.
  • Insight on climate science and policy and their impact on business and local government.
  • Exclusive inviations to EcoCouncil Salons
  • Exhange ideas with other senior executives about Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
  • Questions? Contact Marianna Grossman, Executive Director

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Sustaining Partner Ended Free
Special Guest Ended Free

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