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  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Don Reed: The Road From Here To VERGE

    In this webcast, the presenter explains how the convergence of technologies demands that companies adopt new strategies and programs to capitalize on the new opportunities for innovation, from the VERGE 11 San Francisco roundtable.

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  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Rachel Finson: Transportation: Thinking In Systems

    In this webcast, the presenter who is a Project Manager at UC Berkeley's Transportation Sustainability Research Center offers a look at how transportation technologies are converging with information technologies and buildings to create new, more efficient mobility networks.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Jim Crosskey: How Does A Building Become A VERGE Building?

    In this webcast, the presenter explains how building technologies are converging with information and energy technologies, even vehicles and to create high-performance buildings, at the San Francisco VERGE 11 roundtable.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Stephan Dolezalek: "We Know How This Movie Ends. We Just Don't Know The Plot."

    In this webcast, the presenter discusses about the VERGE 11 San Francisco Roundtable with an overview of how the convergence of VERGE technologies mirrors - and is different from - the Internet revolution.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Rodrigo Prudencio: The Open Electron: Why Energy Connectivity Matters

    The presenter provides insights into how the world of energy is transforming - into what the presenter calls "The open electron" - and the implications for the convergence of energy, information, building, and vehicle technologies.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Mike Barry: What's In Store For VERGE

    In this webcast, Marks & Spencer's chief sustainability officer talks about the opportunities and challenges of bringing together technologies and people in the name of sustainability, and the business case for doing so.

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  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Keith McCabe: When Transport Becomes Smart

    In this webcast, the presenter discusses the need to rethink the way we view transport from a sustainability perspective, driving economic growth while reducing emissions.

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  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Jim Fletcher: Listening To Buildings

    In this webcast, the presenter talks about how analyzing data from buildings creates a wealth of opportunities to improve buildings for people and the environment. From the VERGE 11 London Roundtable.

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  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Bernie Bulkin: The Road To Energy Security Depends On Transport

    In this webcast, the presenter talks about why transportation looms large in shaping the energy component of a VERGE future, and the critical need for systems thinking about energy and transport choices.

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  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Introducing VERGE

    There is a coming convergence of four technology platforms: Vehicles, Information, Buildings and Energy. VERGE will fundamentally transform cities, companies, communities, and households. Its impact will cover a wide spectrum from energy and resource use, to public safety and health, and ultimately to the design of our world - all...

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  • Webcasts // Apr 2011

    Harnessing Business Power For Good - Jay Coen Gilbert

    How do we distinguish good companies from good marketing and help investors move beyond simply avoiding 'Bad' to supporting 'Good?' How do we advance supportive public policies that accelerate the growth of social entrepreneurship and impact investing? This webcast discusses how the pioneering nonprofit, B Lab, is working at the...

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  • Webcasts // Apr 2011

    How To Make Sustainability Everyone's Job - Dave Stangis

    The presenter discusses how he had integrated sustainability into the fabric and culture of Campbell Soup Company. The presenter also shares employee engagement strategies that can be employed at companies of all sizes to integrate a sustainability mindset broadly within an organization.

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  • Webcasts // Apr 2011

    When Metrics Undermine Sustainability - Kevin Mossq

    Metrics and associated scorecards and ROI have taken on a life of their own as tools of the trade for sustainability practitioners. But they are a doubled edged sword. Why is this and how can you ensure you use these powerful tools responsibly?

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  • Webcasts // Mar 2011

    The Search For Solutions In A Carbon Nation - Craig Sieben & Karen Weigert

    Running an energy management services firm, launching a product and producing a movie? This webcast discusses how two business people became producers of a documentary about solutions to climate change. The presenters would share clips and insights on the making of Carbon Nation, a climate change solutions movie that doesn't...

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  • Webcasts // Mar 2011

    A Holistic Approach To Green Chemistry & Sustainability Measurement - Charlene Wall-Warren

    Designing a new product that takes sustainability in mind can be hit-or-miss endeavor. What tools do you use, or should you create your own? How do you optimize the entire solution to meet environmental, social, and economic goals? This webcast discusses how the world's largest chemical company is effectively addressing...

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  • Webcasts // Mar 2011

    What Are The Metrics Of A Sustainable Government? - Chris Erickson

    Federal, state and city government activities impact the environment and the economy on a vast scale. The presenters reviews the key metrics for governments to efficiently report the sustainability of their supply chains and operations. Executive Order 13514 was highlighted.

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  • Webcasts // Mar 2011

    The Power Of Regional Sustainable Business Networks - Holly Harlan

    For 10 years E4S has helped business and organizational leaders in Northeast Ohio discover the possibilities and put sustainability to work. Learn about its "Connect, Learn, Do Sustainability" change strategy, which has resulted in a growing action network of 10,000 leaders from all sectors, implementing sustainable business practices and creating...

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  • Webcasts // Mar 2011

    Listening To Buildings - David Barlett

    Today's commercial buildings are smart - so smart that they have a lot to say. Thanks to a proliferation of sensors and related technology, a decent-sized building can generate 80,000 points of data. If you assume that 10,000 are sufficiently relevant to sample every 15 minutes, that's 6.7 million data...

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  • Webcasts // Mar 2011

    How A Futuristic Environmental Design Idea Became A Reality - Jim Kor

    What vehicle architecture is most appropriate for global markets in the 21st century? This webcast discusses how one great idea for an idealistic car is becoming a commercialized reality that could change the future of automotive transport.

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  • Webcasts // Mar 2011

    Radical Transparency: A Carbon Paper Trail - Mendelsohn And Siddiqui

    New Leaf Paper and Office Depot used cutting-edge web technology to tell the story of 100% recycled copy paper and the surprising make-up of its carbon footprint. Their approach exemplifies a new direction in customer engagement around sustainability and provides a visually powerful representation of complex environmental data.

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  • Webcasts // Feb 2011

    The State Of California's Green Economy

    This webcast offers highlights from a wide-ranging interview in which the presenter details the policy tools he uses to foster a greener and more prosperous California economy, including the areas of cleantech, green building, green investing and smart transport. The conversation includes discussion about the challenges facing the state's green...

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  • Webcasts // Feb 2011

    One Great Idea: Growing Your Own Packaging - Eben Bayer

    Environmentally benign substitutes for plastic packaging have been expensive or ineffective. But one company has found an innovative solution by growing packaging made from mushroom roots and agricultural waste. What is the potential for transforming the packaging industry?

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  • Webcasts // Feb 2011

    One Great Idea: Tools & Open Innovation Solutions For Sustainable Product Innovation - Lorrie Vogel

    Nike has embarked on a journey in recent years to identify and develop tools that place the power in the hands of those making sustainable choices within the company. The result has been significant growth in the sustainable and environment-friendly product assortment in recent years.

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  • Webcasts // Feb 2011

    One Great Idea: Transforming An Industry Without Pulling Teeth - Ina Pockrass

    How one woman's passion to transform an entrenched industry has brought together patients, practitioners and products purveyors to make dentistry's future green? And why this is something we can all smile about.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Feb 2011

    One Great Idea: Creative Sourcing For Green Innovation - Alexis Ringwald

    In this webcast, the presenter discusses how social media, youth, and new forms of entrepreneurship are revolutionizing the way companies source innovations in cleantech, climate and sustainability.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Feb 2011

    One Great Idea: Adobe And The Power Of Youth Voices - Michelle Mann

    Adobe Youth Voices, a global philanthropic program, is engaging 12-18 year-olds in more than 40 countries to create media for social change. This webcast explains how companies can engage with, and be inspired by, youth voice.

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  • Webcasts // Feb 2011

    Don R. Knauss In Conversation With Eric Olson

    The Clorox Company has entered the green marketplace, first with its Green Works line, then with its acquisition of Burt's Bees. The company sees sustainability as core to its strategy - from how it makes products, to greening its own operations, to how it engages employees.

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  • Webcasts // Feb 2011

    The Role Of Venture Capital In Corporate Sustainability

    In this webcast, a leading venture capitalist discusses new sustainability business models with the leaders of two of his fund's portfolio companies, Novomer and RecycleBank, and the interplay between VCs, startups, and large corporations.

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Greener By Design Highlights

    Whether it's the leader of Nike's considered products explaining how their designers make green ideas happen, young innovators discussing the ways to build a green product from the ground up, or designers themselves sharing how their clients' needs are changing to address environmental impact.

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Greener By Design: Meet The Designers

    In this webcast, the presenter sat down with designers from four innovative firms to talk about how green design has changed their jobs, their interactions with clients, and what the future of design for the environment holds.

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Greener By Design: The Digital Design Revolution

    Software, hardware and computing power - the modern-day cogs of our economy have transformed most sectors, and that includes design. Increasingly, the leaders in information technology are creating tools and technologies to help designers more effectively integrate environmental thinking into their operations.

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  • Webcasts // Nov 2010

    Building A Green Future

    In this webcast, the presenter will provide analysis of key green building trends. This webcast is an integrated assessment of the land, water, energy, material and indoor environmental impacts of the LEED for New Construction (LEED NC), Core & Shell (LEED CS) and Existing Building (LEED EB) standards.

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  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Innovation At The Base Of The Pyramid

    In this webcast, the presenters discusses about how companies are creating new products and business models for - and learning from - emerging economies, from the 2010 GreenBiz Innovation Forum.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    How Innovation Happens: Consumer Products

    The presenter in conversation with Procter & Gamble's sustainability and innovation leaders, Len Sauers and Stephen Meller, on the consumer product giant's quest for sustainable products, from the 2010 GreenBiz Innovation Forum.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Experiencing Innovation: Tom Wujec

    In this webcast,the presenters conducts "The Marshmallow Challenge," a fun, hands-on design exercise that encourages teams to experience simple but profound lessons in collaboration, innovation and creativity, at the 2010 GreenBiz Innovation Forum

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Changing The Business Model - Jim Hall And Rob Shelton

    This webcast presents a conversation between the presenter and the head of Waste Management's Green Squad on how the waste hauler is transforming its business model to profit from helping companies prevent waste, at the 2010 GreenBiz Innovation Forum.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Innovisionary: Tim O'Reilly

    The father of Web 2.0 talks about the imperative to innovate, the parallels of the current state of sustainability to the Web movement, and how open innovation and transparency will be key drivers of change, from the 2010 GreenBiz Innovation Forum.

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  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    The Power Of Disruptive Upstarts

    In this webcast, the presenter leads a discussion with two venture capitalists and an innovative upstart on what it takes to succeed - and how big companies are looking outside their walls to small innovative companies that can be potential partners.

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  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Innovisionaries In conversation: Janine Benyus And John Warner

    From the World Wide Web to the web of life: The presenters would discuss their paradigm-shifting disciplines, including their key challenges and opportunities for sustainable innovation.

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  • Webcasts // Aug 2010

    Taking An Integrated Approach To Sustainability

    According to a recent Economist report, "Companies understand the need to move sustainability reporting beyond a simple statement in their annual reports to a more detailed assessment of their operations. A fully integrated, companywide approach will be needed to realize the benefits of sustainability." The challenge is how to make...

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  • Webcasts // May 2010

    Carbon Strategy: Driving Results Throughout A Large Organization

    Many businesses are striving for carbon management success as pressures from the marketplace and stakeholders continue to grow. Even once initiatives are underway, knowing how to get started and measuring results can be daunting. Countless items can clutter a company's sustainability to-do list including complying with international reporting standards, managing...

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  • Webcasts // Mar 2010

    Can IT Solve World's Problems?: Chicago

    The information technology sector is responsible for 2% of the world's greenhouse gas emissions, but its impact on the other 98% is growing rapidly. Hardware, software, and service providers are creating new products and services that are enabling both large and small companies to better measure and manage their environmental...

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  • Webcasts // Mar 2010

    State Of Green Business 2010: Chicago

    In the kickoff to the State of Green Business Forum in Chicago, the presenter presents the trends and metrics on the greening of Corporate America, from the 2010 State of Green Business report.

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  • Webcasts // Mar 2010

    State Of The Great Lakes Green Economy

    How can the Great Lakes region seize the opportunities of the growing green economy? This webcast discusses about the efforts being undertaken to attract manufacturers and entrepreneurs to the Midwest to take advantage of the region's rich labor, university, infrastructure, and transportation resources

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  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    Joel Makower: The State Of Green Business In 2010 Is Alive And Kicking

    In the opening session of the State of Green Business 2010 Forum in San Francisco, the presenter presented the trends and metrics on the greening of mainstream businesses in America, from the 2010 State of Green Business report.

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  • Webcasts // Nov 2009

    Building A Sustainable Future: Progress & Trends Toward Improving The Environmental Footprint Of Commercial Buildings

    This webcast is the first-hand presentation and analysis of the second edition of the Green Building Market & Impact Report by the report's author Robert Watson, GreenerBuildings.com Editor, industry leader and LEED "Founding father." This report is an integrated assessment of the land, water, energy, material and indoor environmental impacts...

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  • Webcasts // Oct 2009

    Strategic Management Of Data Center Efficiency

    According to the U.S. EPA, 1.5 percent of U.S. electricity use is going to power data centers. Is all this energy necessary? Probably not. The data center has changed considerably through the decades as the evolution of information technology has enabled it to become the critical nerve center of today's...

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  • Webcasts // Oct 2009

    The Green Marketing Landscape: Ratings, Labels, And Certifications

    Green marketing today has become increasingly challenging, as more companies enter the marketplace, customer expectations rise, and information about companies and products becomes more widely accessible. The challenges are equal for consumer-facing companies as well as those selling to businesses, government, and educational institutions. All face the green marketing paradox:...

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  • Webcasts // Sep 2009

    Profiting From Power Savings

    In these tough economic times, sustainability leaders and CIOs are looking for projects that deliver a fast payback and lower their environmental impact. In this webcast, IT executives and a PC power management expert will discuss their approach to greening IT operations and delivering rapid paybacks for the investment.

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  • Webcasts // Mar 2010

    Green Marketing In The Age Of Transparency: Chicago

    In a world in which vast amounts of information are available about companies and products, the rules of green marketing have changed. It's no longer just about making claims and sporting logos. Today, companies must respond to green ratings and rankings from websites, media companies, nonprofit organizations, and big players...

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Mar 2010

    Carbon Management After Copenhagen: Chicago

    How are companies considering carbon now that the Copenhagen summit is behind us? Did the event herald a new era of corporate carbon accounting, or will it be business as usual? This webcast discusses how companies are viewing carbon as a strategic issue, implementing sophisticated new accounting schemes, realigning their...

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Innovisionaries In conversation: Janine Benyus And John Warner

    From the World Wide Web to the web of life: The presenters would discuss their paradigm-shifting disciplines, including their key challenges and opportunities for sustainable innovation.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Aug 2010

    Taking An Integrated Approach To Sustainability

    According to a recent Economist report, "Companies understand the need to move sustainability reporting beyond a simple statement in their annual reports to a more detailed assessment of their operations. A fully integrated, companywide approach will be needed to realize the benefits of sustainability." The challenge is how to make...

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jul 2010

    Getting To Zero: How Companies Profit From Eliminating Waste

    The notion of a zero-waste operation or facility isn't merely a noble aspiration. It is an achievable goal, as a growing number of companies have demonstrated. Companies in a wide range of manufacturing businesses have achieved zero-waste status. But zero waste means more than just recycling. It requires a comprehensive...

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Innovation At The Base Of The Pyramid

    In this webcast, the presenters discusses about how companies are creating new products and business models for - and learning from - emerging economies, from the 2010 GreenBiz Innovation Forum.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    How Innovation Happens: Consumer Products

    The presenter in conversation with Procter & Gamble's sustainability and innovation leaders, Len Sauers and Stephen Meller, on the consumer product giant's quest for sustainable products, from the 2010 GreenBiz Innovation Forum.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Experiencing Innovation: Tom Wujec

    In this webcast,the presenters conducts "The Marshmallow Challenge," a fun, hands-on design exercise that encourages teams to experience simple but profound lessons in collaboration, innovation and creativity, at the 2010 GreenBiz Innovation Forum

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Oct 2010

    Changing The Business Model - Jim Hall And Rob Shelton

    This webcast presents a conversation between the presenter and the head of Waste Management's Green Squad on how the waste hauler is transforming its business model to profit from helping companies prevent waste, at the 2010 GreenBiz Innovation Forum.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Greener By Design Highlights

    Whether it's the leader of Nike's considered products explaining how their designers make green ideas happen, young innovators discussing the ways to build a green product from the ground up, or designers themselves sharing how their clients' needs are changing to address environmental impact.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Greener By Design: Meet The Designers

    In this webcast, the presenter sat down with designers from four innovative firms to talk about how green design has changed their jobs, their interactions with clients, and what the future of design for the environment holds.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Greener By Design: The Digital Design Revolution

    Software, hardware and computing power - the modern-day cogs of our economy have transformed most sectors, and that includes design. Increasingly, the leaders in information technology are creating tools and technologies to help designers more effectively integrate environmental thinking into their operations.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Dec 2009

    Coca-Cola's Path To Copenhagen And Beyond

    This podcast recapped the Coca-Cola Company's environmental practices and recent major developments in the firm's sustainability campaign: the phase-out of HFC refrigeration, Coke's quest for the perfect green bottle and the drive toward water neutrality.

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  • Webcasts // Oct 2009

    The View From The Climate Crossroads

    The first challenge of global warming has been getting the masses to accept the reality and the threat it poses. That was difficult enough, but seems to have been achieved. However, the second, much bigger challenge is getting people motivated to take action.

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  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    Growing Money On Trees

    In this podcast, the speaker speaks about his hope of making it more profitable to preserve forests rather than chop them down. Avoided Deforestation Partners is a coalition of environmental groups and companies working to find market-driven solutions to save the world's tropical forests and address climate change.

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    The Presidio And The Evolution Of The Green MBA

    Since its founding six years ago, the Presidio Graduate School has been at the forefront of sustainability business education. Through its MBA and Executive Education programs, Presidio balances a traditional business school curriculum with an emphasis on sustainable business topics and values. That emphasis has made Presidio the fastest-growing sustainability-focused...

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  • Webcasts // Feb 2011

    One Great Idea: Transforming An Industry Without Pulling Teeth - Ina Pockrass

    How one woman's passion to transform an entrenched industry has brought together patients, practitioners and products purveyors to make dentistry's future green? And why this is something we can all smile about.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    Hacking The Earth Without Voiding Its Warranty

    Geoengineering may be the only solution to our myriad environmental crises, but that doesn't mean the world should rush into it headlong. In this webcast, the presenter talks about how we can keep geoengineering's impacts positive.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    Green Marketing In The Age Of Transparency

    In a world in which vast amounts of information are available about companies and products, the rules of green marketing have changed. It's no longer just about making claims and sporting logos. Today, companies must respond to green ratings and rankings from websites, media companies, nonprofit organizations, and big players...

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Feb 2011

    One Great Idea: Creative Sourcing For Green Innovation - Alexis Ringwald

    In this webcast, the presenter discusses how social media, youth, and new forms of entrepreneurship are revolutionizing the way companies source innovations in cleantech, climate and sustainability.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    Exploring Opportunities For Doing Green Business In China

    The People's Republic of China is going green faster and more thoroughly than almost anyone in the West would have expected, but there are still barriers for companies looking to tap into that vast market. In this webcast, the presenter explores how to open doors in China in this spotlight.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    When Green Biz Meets Cleantech

    It used to be that green business and clean technology were separate realms. Now the two are converging, as global companies and start-ups alike are harnessing clean technology as the foundation for a new generation of green business opportunities. The results are some unlikely corporate players and alliances.

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  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    How Companies Look At Carbon Management After Copenhagen

    How are companies considering carbon now that the Copenhagen summit is behind us? Did the event herald a new era of corporate carbon accounting, or will it be business as usual? This webcast discusses how companies are viewing carbon as a strategic issue, implementing sophisticated new accounting schemes, realigning their...

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Feb 2010

    Saul Griffith: The Why And How Of Putting The Planet On A Carbon Diet

    This webcast was presented at the State of Green Business Forum entitled "Being Honest With Ourselves: Putting Numbers Behind Green Business," takes a look at individual, collective and corporate levels of responsibility for our environmental challenges.

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  • Webcasts // Feb 2011

    The State Of California's Green Economy

    This webcast offers highlights from a wide-ranging interview in which the presenter details the policy tools he uses to foster a greener and more prosperous California economy, including the areas of cleantech, green building, green investing and smart transport. The conversation includes discussion about the challenges facing the state's green...

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Don Reed: The Road From Here To VERGE

    In this webcast, the presenter explains how the convergence of technologies demands that companies adopt new strategies and programs to capitalize on the new opportunities for innovation, from the VERGE 11 San Francisco roundtable.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Rachel Finson: Transportation: Thinking In Systems

    In this webcast, the presenter who is a Project Manager at UC Berkeley's Transportation Sustainability Research Center offers a look at how transportation technologies are converging with information technologies and buildings to create new, more efficient mobility networks.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Jim Crosskey: How Does A Building Become A VERGE Building?

    In this webcast, the presenter explains how building technologies are converging with information and energy technologies, even vehicles and to create high-performance buildings, at the San Francisco VERGE 11 roundtable.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Stephan Dolezalek: "We Know How This Movie Ends. We Just Don't Know The Plot."

    In this webcast, the presenter discusses about the VERGE 11 San Francisco Roundtable with an overview of how the convergence of VERGE technologies mirrors - and is different from - the Internet revolution.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Rodrigo Prudencio: The Open Electron: Why Energy Connectivity Matters

    The presenter provides insights into how the world of energy is transforming - into what the presenter calls "The open electron" - and the implications for the convergence of energy, information, building, and vehicle technologies.

    Provided By GreenBiz Group

  • Webcasts // Jun 2011

    Introducing VERGE

    There is a coming convergence of four technology platforms: Vehicles, Information, Buildings and Energy. VERGE will fundamentally transform cities, companies, communities, and households. Its impact will cover a wide spectrum from energy and resource use, to public safety and health, and ultimately to the design of our world - all...

    Provided By GreenBiz Group