You are invited to attend the 3rd annual Intermountain Sustainability Summit.
The summit aims to gather influential people from business, government, education, and the community in the same room. This event will take the sustainability conversation to the next level by offering planning policy and strategy resources, seminars, and a trade-show session where you can connect solutions to your sustainability questions.
When: Wednesday and Thursday, March 7th and 8th, 2012 -all day.
Where: The Weber State university Ogden campus, Shepherd Union.
Price: $60 and includes both days.
Breakfast, lunch and snacks are included with registration.
There will be two nationally renowned keynote speakers you don’t want to miss.
Eric Lombardi: Eco-Cycle, Executive Director
Eric Lombardi has had a long career in resource conseration, social enterprise development and non-profit organization management. Lombardi created the first curbside recycling program along with the first materials recovery facility in North Carolina (1986), co-founded the global “Zero Waste International Alliance”, and as the Executive Director of Eco-Cycle Inc, has facilitated it’s growth into the largest community-based recycling organization in the U.S. As a recognized recycling expert, Lombardi was invited to the Clinton White House in 1998 as one of the Top 100 USA Recyclers to advise on national recycling issues.
Jim Evanoff: Yellowstone National Park, Environmental Protection Specialist
Mr. Evanoff has been with the National Park Service for 29 years. His career has involved working in the Grand Tetons, Arches, and Mt. Rushmore National Parks before coming to Yellowstone in 1988. It would be difficult to find a more seasoned expert in sound environmental stewardship than Mr. Evanoff.
You can register for the summit at www.intermountainsustainabilitysummit.com