Business leadership, child soldiers, Dodd-Frank, conict minerals, slavery, a living wage, environmental devastation, electronics recycling....How are these all related? Come find out on April 1st.
Get your ticket now: http://www.cbsacny.org/store.html?event_id=1413 (Photo ID is required to enter the building.)
Our expert panel will discuss sustainability issues surrounding conflict minerals, labor conditions and e-waste, as well as illustrate business cases for electronics companies leading the way in sustainable practices. The discussion will also highlight business opportunities to close the gap in achieving an ethical electronics life cycle. Additionally, the panel will examine bottom-line priorities and how they impact sustainability. How does Apple CEO Tim Cook's recent pushback against shareholders, who want to eliminate sustainability programs not explicitly protable, affect Apple's business strategy? Will his public stance ripple out to other electronics companies? Join us on April 1st for this panel discussion about achieving an ethical electronics value chain (from raw materials to disposal). This event is part of the MAKING GREEN FROM GREEN series.
Purchase tickets at: http://www.cbsacny.org/store.html?event_id=1413 (Photo ID is required to enter the building.)
**Bring your unwanted electronics for recycling by the Lower East Side Ecology Center. They'll be taking in cell phones, tablets, laptops, e-readers, PDAs, pagers, video-games, peripherals (keyboards, mice, cables, cords, chargers, etc.), network devices (routers, hubs, modems, etc.), and other small items.**
Kevin Brooks, President and CEO, THiNKGREEN! Global Advisors
Sasha Lezhnev, Senior Policy Analyst, Enough Project
Qiang Li and Kevin Slaten, Executive Director and Program Coordinator, respectively, China Labor Watch (Kevin will be translating for Qiang Li)
Sarah O'Brien, Director of Stakeholder Engagement, Green Electronics Council
Christine Datz-Romero, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Lower East Side Ecology Center
DATE: Tuesday, April 1, 6:00 - 10:00pm
Columbia University Club of New York, 15 West 43 Street, between Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas (Sixth Avenue)
6:00 - 6:30pm Doors Open and Early Networking
6:30 - 8:15pm Moderated Panel, Presentation and Audience Q&A
8:15 - 10:00pm Networking Reception with food and drinks
COST (Includes networking reception with food and drinks):
$25 for Students and Members of CBSACNY, Columbia University Club of New York & Manhattan Chamber of Commerce
$40 for non-members.
$60 at the door
Get a membership with the event ticket option: Enjoy the many benefits of CBSAC/NY Membership and get the event free with a membership ticket: $75 for CBS Alumni, $115 for non-CBS Alumni [sign up for this event by purchasing the $75 or $115 ticket for this event, we'll make you a member!] Sign up for the event at either the CBS Alum rate of $75 or the non-CBS Alum rate of $115 and you are automatically a member.
For tickets (Photo ID is required to enter the building.):
Advance registration for all CBSACNY event closes at 12:00pm noon on the day of the event, April 1st. You may purchase a ticket online until then. If you don't register in advance and there is still space, you may get a ticket at the door at the higher walk-in rate. Photo ID is required to enter the building. MAKING GREEN FROM GREEN Season 5 Certificate Program on Sustainable Business. Third Event of a Five-Part Series. Attend four out of five events through June 2014 to earn a Certificate. Future topics include Plastics (May 6), Recycling Plant Tour (June Saturday TBA).
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Special thanks to the Columbia University Club of New York for hosting this event and Addison for hosting our monthly committee meetings.
This event was organized by Wendy Hong, Francesca Traband, Hetal Shah, Mametja Moshe, Sarah King and the Sustainable Business Committee.