Event Title

Environmentally Responsible Business Success Stories

Event Type

Talk

Location

University Hall 1000

Start Date

1-11-2006 3:00 PM

End Date

1-11-2006 5:00 PM

Description

Participants in this panel represent organizations that set standards when it comes to sustainability and break records when it comes to profitability, proving that a company can be green and successful. Making money and being environmentally friendly do mix.

Michael Gibbs is senior vice president at ICF International, founded in 1969 as Inner City Fund. ICF International is now a global professional services firm that partners with government and commercial clients to deliver consulting services and technology solutions in defense, energy, environment, homeland security, social programs and transportation.
Adam Lowry is co-founder of Method Products, Inc., a consumer products company with the goal of transforming household cleaners from toxic objects that hide under the sink to all-natural, biodegradable, and stylish countertop accessories.

Bharat Patel is principal and sustainability expert at DMJM, an award-winning architecture and interiors projects firm. DMJM is working with the U.S. Green Building Council to develop national guidelines for sustainable development on university campuses and obtain LEED certification on projects for private and public sector clients.

Judy Pike is the director of sustainability at Bentley Prince Street, an industry leader in the movement toward sustainable commerce. As a manufacturer of award-winning broadloom and carpet tile products, all of which have the Environmentally Preferable Product (EPP) Certification, Bentley Prince Street is continually searching for improvements to compete in a more environmentally aware marketplace.

Moderating this panel is Diane Wittenberg, president of the California Climate Action Registry. Recipient of the Clean Air Citizen Award, recognized for her efforts to launch an electric vehicle industry, and leader for 15 years at Edison International, Wittenberg is a force for nature.

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Environmentally Responsible Business Success Stories

University Hall 1000

Participants in this panel represent organizations that set standards when it comes to sustainability and break records when it comes to profitability, proving that a company can be green and successful. Making money and being environmentally friendly do mix.

Michael Gibbs is senior vice president at ICF International, founded in 1969 as Inner City Fund. ICF International is now a global professional services firm that partners with government and commercial clients to deliver consulting services and technology solutions in defense, energy, environment, homeland security, social programs and transportation.
Adam Lowry is co-founder of Method Products, Inc., a consumer products company with the goal of transforming household cleaners from toxic objects that hide under the sink to all-natural, biodegradable, and stylish countertop accessories.

Bharat Patel is principal and sustainability expert at DMJM, an award-winning architecture and interiors projects firm. DMJM is working with the U.S. Green Building Council to develop national guidelines for sustainable development on university campuses and obtain LEED certification on projects for private and public sector clients.

Judy Pike is the director of sustainability at Bentley Prince Street, an industry leader in the movement toward sustainable commerce. As a manufacturer of award-winning broadloom and carpet tile products, all of which have the Environmentally Preferable Product (EPP) Certification, Bentley Prince Street is continually searching for improvements to compete in a more environmentally aware marketplace.

Moderating this panel is Diane Wittenberg, president of the California Climate Action Registry. Recipient of the Clean Air Citizen Award, recognized for her efforts to launch an electric vehicle industry, and leader for 15 years at Edison International, Wittenberg is a force for nature.